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  • Mileage: 57084
  • Transmission: TipTronic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 4806
  • Interior Colour: Black leather
  • Exterior Colour: Platinum silver
  • Body Style: Saloon
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: Porsche FSH
  • Reg date: 2009/9

Optional extras

  • 20" RS Spyder design wheels
  • Coloured Porsche Crest wheel centres
  • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC)
  • Sport Chrono Package Plus
  • Adaptive air suspension
  • Sports exhaust
  • Porsche Communication Management (PCM) satellite navigation
  • Telephone module with cordless handset
  • Bose surround sound system
  • Universal Audio interface
  • Adaptive Sports seats - fully electrically adjustable
  • Electric slide/tilt sunroof
  • 3 spoke heated multi-function leather sports steering wheel
  • Servotronic-speed sensitive steering
  • Rear side airbags
  • Adaptive Light system
  • Park Assist (front & rear)
  • Homelink
  • Privacy glass
  • Porsche Vehicle Tracking System
  • Engine Power 400 bhp
  • Top Speed 175 mph
  • Acceleration (0-62mph) 5 seconds
  • CO2 Rating (g/km) 260 g/km
  • Average mpg 26.2 mpg
  • Boot Capacity 445 litres


The AA says:

Thanks to the Cayenne, the idea of a four-door Porsche is no longer a new one. That car - or, rather SUV - did upset the purists, though. The Panamera is intended to be a more conventional four-door offering, and one that will satisfy fans of Porsche's benchmark supercar, the 911.

At almost five metres long, the Panamera is not a small car. It's also not something that does the supercar 'thing' by half measures. At launch, power comes from a regular and turbocharged 4.8-litre petrol V8 engine with 400 and 500 horsepower respectively. And, save for the base 'S' model, the two other variants boast all-wheel drive and Porsche's acclaimed seven-speed PDK double clutch gearbox.

On paper, then, Porsche has succeeded in delivering a 911-like experience for those who want a conventional sports coupe, but one that's more practical than the usual two-door coupe format. With its four-door hatchback layout, the Panamera offers families the chance to have the best of both worlds.

Given the Panamera's asking price, this is a car for the more mature family. All that plush leather is unlikely to resist the advances of a mucky toddler. And the Panamera is a strict four-seater in the same vein as the CLS from Mercedes. Unlike the CLS, the four-door Porsche offers a level of performance on a par with pricier AMG versions of popular Mercedes models.

And it's the Panamera's performance that helps the car shine. With 400 or 500 horsepower on tap whether it's the regular or turbo V8 engine, progress can be as rapid as you want. The car displays an exceptional talent for corners, too - more so than its four-door layout and size would suggest. Factor in an exceptional driving position, slick PDK gearbox (complete with eco-friendly stop-start function) and intelligent damping system and the Panamera is a surprisingly rounded package.


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