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Get ready for more expenses. by David from El Paso on 01/09/2008. Trim: 2006 Porsche Cayenne S, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Porsche acceleration and styling.
Cons: $160 for an oil change and $1700 for a brake job. All regular service items are overly expensive.
Overall review: Great SUV, traded my Avalanche for this and am enjoying it. Didn't realize that you can't get parts at auto parts stores and hardly anyone wants to do regular services on this vehicle. Be prepared for more expenses than normal maintenance.
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An SUV thats fun to drive by duke in bell canyon on 03/18/2008. Trim: 2006 Porsche Cayenne S, Owned 1 year.
Pros: drives like a sportscar better fuel then the big suvs it goes manual with a push its a porsche
Cons: no full sized spare
Overall review: I have owned all types of SUVs from land cruisers to land rovers....the cayenne S out hauls and more importantily out drives them all
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Still a great vehicle! by Ed from Hershey on 12/16/2009. Trim: 2006 Porsche Cayenne S Titanium Edition, Owned 3 years.
Pros: After owning this vehicle for 3 1/2 years it's performance has remained solid. Driver's seat is starting to show wear after 35,000 miles, but the rest of the trim held up well. I did install new springs to lower the car, so it doesn't look like a mud buggy. Mileage on a trip has often hit 21 MPG if you keep it under 70 MPH. Around town, mileage not so good. Vehicle still turns heads and my buddies say they can hear me coming with that great tuned exhaust.
Cons: Normal repairs are expensive. New brakes all around cost $1700, hard to get out of the shop for less than $500, but it is a Porsche. Navigation is archaic and has sent me to the wrong destination more than once.
Overall review: Those who say the Cayenne S is not a true Porsche have never driven one. It corners well and the acceleration is heart throbbing. It's not a soft ride, so don't think of it as a luxury vehicle even though it has a luxury price. My advice is to drive one for a day or two before you buy. Take it on back roads and somewhere you can accelerate onto an interstate. The rush is there and if anyone passes you, it's only because you let them.
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Perfect for Montana by Ben in Montana on 11/26/2009. Trim: 2006 Porsche Cayenne S Titanium Edition, Owned 2 years.
Pros: Power, handling, size.
Cons: Tires are expensive.
Overall review: Fun, yet comfortable.
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the fast luxories monstar by khalid on 07/20/2008. Trim: 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, Owned 1 year.
Pros: it's apearans , the turbo voice , the accessories , the rebutation & only exotic care want to race me ;) & i forgot the most important thing ... the peformance is awesome ispecialy in the turns
Cons: i think it most have more hourse power , i feel sad when the gt2 or the s600 or the gallardo beat me ;(
Overall review: i love it soo much .... and i like to drive it every day ... & i will buy every new model from it
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