Porsche Cayenne Review

Porsche Cayenne Review

Making a sports car into an SUV is no easy task – just look at the pitiful Lamborghini LM002. Porsche has been building sports cars since the 1950s, so when the manufacturer announced it would build an SUV in 2002, purists were dismayed. Despite numerous depressed Porsche fans, the Cayenne has gone on to be the company’s best-selling vehicle. With four doors and oodles of practicality, everyone can fit a Porsche into their lifestyle – if they can afford it.

Autocar’s Vicky Parrott in her Porsche Cayenne review says “Even those who don’t love the Cayenne should be impressed by its dynamic ability”

For those aquainted with the prancing pony line-up, the engine options will be familiar. The standard Cayenne gets the 3.6-litre V6 petrol engine, producing 300bhp and a 7.5s 0-60mph time. If you’re in the market for an oil burner, the Cayenne Diesel is fitted with the 245bhp 3.0-litre V6 making 550Nm [...]

    Back to top