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Porsche Cayenne

$ 140,200 - $ 366,200* MRLP

Celebrating 20-years in market, the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe SUVs provide drivers with a large and practical SUV which still offers the performance and handling prowess expected from a Porsche. Cayenne buyers can choose from six- or eight-cylinder petrol or hybrid electric power.

Latest Porsche Cayenne ratings breakdown

8.3

Performance
8.0
Safety Technology
7.8
Ride Quality
8.7
Infotainment & Connectivity
8.0
Handling & Dynamics
8.9
Energy Efficiency
8.2
Driver Technology
8.4
Value for Money
7.6
Interior Comfort & Packaging
8.8
Fit for Purpose
9.0
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What we love

  • -Its ride and handling belies its weight
  • -Video streaming for the front passenger
  • -More power across the line-up, more electric range
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What we don't

  • -Steering is somewhat disappointing for a Porsche
  • -The price jump between the S and the Turbo GT
  • -Wireless smartphone charging never worked
2024 Porsche Cayenne video review: International first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 16 May 2023

8.3

It's one of Porsche's best-selling models, and the Cayenne has now received its first major update, which goes more than skin deep.
2024 Porsche Cayenne facelift prototype review: International first drive
Quick Drive | 31 Jan 2023
Porsche reveals the extensive facelift its popular Cayenne model has received, emphasising it’s clearly more than just a token update.
2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT review
Review | 29 May 2022

8.4

It's a time of SUV giants. Giant claims match giant performance, with giant prices. The 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT is more giant than most.
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2021 Porsche Cayenne Coupe GTS review
Review | 1 Sep 2021

8.4

The V8 is back under the bonnet of the Porsche Cayenne GTS after a half a decade of turbocharged V6 propulsion.

Porsche Cayenne Price*

YearVariantPrice
2023Porsche Cayenne 3.0L SUV 4WD$140,200
2023Porsche Cayenne 3.0L SUV 4WD$148,200
2023Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid 3.0L SUV 4WD Hybrid$155,900
2023Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid 3.0L SUV 4WD Hybrid$161,600
2023Porsche Cayenne S 4.0L SUV 4WD$181,000
2023Porsche Cayenne S 4.0L SUV 4WD$190,000
2023Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT 4.0L SUV 4WD$366,200

Porsche Cayenne Specs:

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Price
$155,900*
FuelType
Hybrid
Transmission
8 Speed Sports Automatic
Drive Type
4XO
Engine
3.0T/130kW Hybrid
Fuel Efficiency
Seats
5
Towing braked
3500 kg
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Porsche Cayenne Dimensions

The Porsche Cayenne has 7 variants. The height ranges from 1648mm to 1698mm, the width ranges from 1983mm to 1995mm and length is between 4930mm and 4932mm:

HeightWidthLength
From1648mm1983mm4930mm
To1698mm1995mm4932mm

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2012 Porsche Cayenne Diesel review
Owner Review | 22 Jun 2019
I was drawn to this car for the space. The size is perfect to meet my current needs. But after that, the positives just kept coming. When I first test drove the car I expected it to feel like a truck. Big, 8-speed, diesel SUV would surely be loud and heavy. That was a big mistake. I was shocked at how quiet it was (not silent, but quiet for a diesel), and it didn't feel heavy at all. What I did feel, to my excitement, was the grip to the road that gave me that feeling that I was truly driving a performance car. The ease at which it moves around corners and winding roads is beautiful. And, despite the size, its ability to perform against some of the smaller sports cars (especially when put into Sports mode) when taking off is sensational. Performance-wise this car is amazing. Size-wise this car is perfect for me and all the family and work things I need to throw into it. I have a car seat in the back and can still comfortably fit two other adults in the back seat. The boot is great. Even with the back seats up, there is so much cabin space. I have hiking backpacks, school equipment, scooters, two large dogs, and lots of re-useable shopping bags. Size is not an issue in this car for me and my outdoorsy family of four. One of my other favourite little things I love in this car - the fact that when I hold the lock key down it locks my car and shuts all my windows. And when I hold it on unlocked it not only unlocks my car but brings the windows down as well. This is great for those hot days when you want some fresh air in the car before getting in or when you have kids that jump out of the car without doing their windows up. The only negative for this car and where it has the most room for improvement is the infotainment system. I don't need anything too fancy becuase i care more about the performance and safety before whether the car can play my iTunes folder or can self-park. But the reverse camera is very dull and not as clear and crisp as a lot of other car models (like the Audior Range Rover). It is also difficult (and sometimes not even possible) to navigate through the touch screen by using the side panels on the steering wheel so with an infotainment system that isn't overly user-friendly then it can be quite tedious when you have kids in the backseat wanting to flick through radio stations to try and find a song they like. Being a 2012 model the other improvements which have already happened that my car lacks are some amazing safety features that are now available. I am sure the recent Porsche's have improved on those features as well. I was told by a client that once i went for a Porchse Cayenne i would never change to an alternate Brand of car. I think they were right - because when my ultimate sized car gives me amazing performance as well there's just no reason why I would change.
2013 Porsche Cayenne Diesel Review
Owner Review | 20 Jul 2016
EXPENSIVE BUT WORTH IT This car is now 3 years old and done 63,000 km. It still drives, feels and looks like new. There have been no problems with it. Nothing has broken or fallen of, no squeaks or rattles, the leather shows no signs of wear, the doors still close with a rock solid thunk. This car is so well made you can see where the ridiculously high price has been invested. RUNNING COSTS Across normal suburban driving with some motorway work I average 8.9 lt per km. Normal annual services cost $700, Major service (60,000km) cost $3,600 including some break repairs. Tyres cost $700 each (Michelin 21") but have lasted 60,000km which is great for such a heavy vehicle. PERFORMANCE Huge amounts of torque from turbo diesel gives vary rapid acceleration at almost any speed. I have had high performance cars in the past and this is quicker than I expected from an SUV. At 110kph the engine peacefully ticks over at 1,800 revs. The steering is sports car direct with a lovely feel, the handling is car like. When I am on my own I don't need to slow down much for corners and the car doesn't roll much and it sticks to the road like the proverbial. This is a great car to do big miles in. COMFORT AND FACILITIES Electric memory 14 way front seats are comfy but if I had specified this car myself I would have ordered the 18 way sport seats which are amazing. Storage space at the front is limited. Auto wipers, lights etc work well. Touch operated stereo and sat nav screen works well though map programme picks some strange routes sometimes. Other functions (aircon, screen display etc) are run by buttons and knobs which is much better than the horrid mouse controllers on BMWs, Mercedes. Back seats are comfy and easy to lay flat to extend load area which is a good size. Power push button tail gate works well. Once moving the diesel engine is quiet enough but when idling you can hear its a diesel. OVERALL Pretty hard to fault this car and I will be happy to keep it until the service costs become prohibitive. This is my first Porsche but probably not my last.
2011 Porsche Cayenne Review
Owner Review | 26 Sep 2015
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Where is the Porsche Cayenne made?
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The Porsche Cayenne is built in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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