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  • Mileage: 24,000
  • Transmission: TipTronic
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Size: 2967cc
  • Interior Colour: Luxor beige/black
  • Exterior Colour: Mahogany
  • Body Style: SUV
  • Seats: 5
  • Service: Porsche Service History
  • Reg date: 2013/10

Optional extras

  • Porsche Communication Management (PCM) inc. Navigation Module
  • Telephone Module
  • Universal Audio Interface
  • Panoramic Roof System
  • 14-way Electric Seats with Memory Package
  • Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
  • 21" 911 Turbo II Alloy Wheels
  • ParkAssist (front and rear)
  • Power Steering Plus
  • Multi-Function Steering Wheel
  • Heated Seats (front)
  • Privacy Glass
  • Automatic Tailgate
  • 100 Litre Fuel Tank
  • Floor Mats


Top Gear says:

The Cayenne has always been something of an over achiever. Sure, it can off-road, but its real ability lies on the road, where it drives with quite silly pace and ability for a 4x4.

Porsche's chassis people are pretty clever, making the Cayenne handle its bulk with athleticism that suggests they've made some sort of pack with a higher force. That ability permeates the entire range. SUVs don't handle? The Cayenne disproves this, with all boasting handling to retain their not-so-easily gained speed, with commendable steering feel and handling precision.

The Cayenne benefits from the Panamera's layout, with a high central tunnel locating the gearshift as well as a quite baffling array of buttons for the infotainment system and other controls. Space is good front and rear, and the boot's generous enough too.

More sporty than a Range Rover - and many sports cars and sports saloons - the Cayenne is a masterclass in Porsche's technical might in making the impossible possible.

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