2016 Porsche Cayenne
64,536 Miles | Miami, FL
$35,999
Est $519/mo

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2008 Porsche Cayenne
96,411 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$19,989
Est $288/mo

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2010 Porsche Cayenne
106,874 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$21,989
Est $317/mo

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2014 Porsche Cayenne
36,813 Miles | Doral, FL
$29,498
Est $425/mo

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2012 Porsche Cayenne
53,282 Miles | Doral, FL
$27,998
Est $404/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
54,054 Miles | Doral, FL
$34,998
Est $504/mo

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2014 Porsche Cayenne
42,999 Miles | Doral, FL
$28,498
Est $411/mo

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2014 Porsche Cayenne
52,081 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$32,750
Est $472/mo

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2017 Porsche Cayenne
13,859 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$49,200
Est $709/mo

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2017 Porsche Cayenne
14,773 Miles | Alpharetta, GA
$124,991
Est $1,802/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
25,091 Miles | Clearwater, FL
$45,998
Est $663/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
22,380 Miles | Clearwater, FL
$62,998
Est $908/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
50,380 Miles | Torrance, CA
$39,998
Est $577/mo

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2017 Porsche Cayenne
18,956 Miles | San Diego, CA
$51,998
Est $750/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
32,778 Miles | Stockbridge, GA
$42,998
Est $620/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
26,500 Miles | Laurel, MD
$45,998
Est $663/mo

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2014 Porsche Cayenne
56,360 Miles | Palmdale, CA
$46,998
Est $677/mo

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2014 Porsche Cayenne
46,120 Miles | Oxnard, CA
$35,998
Est $519/mo

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2016 Porsche Cayenne
51,111 Miles | Miami Lakes, FL
$38,998
Est $562/mo

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2013 Porsche Cayenne
50,433 Miles | Kentwood, MI
$43,998
Est $634/mo

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Porsche Cayenne Buyer's Guide

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4.4
7 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.4
Style
4.6
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
4.0

Porsche Cayenne Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Porsche Cayenne - The SUV for those that don't want one

Keith
Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Cayenne is a great buy if you want something that handles pretty well but need something that can swallow a ton of luggage and pull trailers. The prices of used models have really cratered down to super affordable levels now. The perception seems to be that these are money pits, but with a little careful buying, you can land a really solid car. The advantage of buying a 10+ year old example is that the fairly well-known factory defects have all been fixed. As long as the previous owner had the plastic coolant pipes in the engine bay swapped for metal ones (as per a Porsche recall) and had the drive and half shafts replaced, then your major worries are done. There are some other things that crap out, wiring in the headlights comes to mind, but most of the things are small and relati... (more)
Story
Soon after purchase, my wife and I were up on Hwy 2 in the evening, carving some canyons, came round a bend and saw a Space X Falcon Launch over the LA Basin.
Pros
The combination of handling and utility is pretty unbeatable outside of maybe a Mercedes E63 Wagon... but you're not getting one of those for anywhere near the price of Cayennes. Having driven both the air suspension and traditional coil sprung versions, I much prefer the coils. The air system in Porsches is reputed to be more durable than in other marques, but why both when the 'base' coil system is so good. Plus, having a coil system allows for easier upgrades to the suspension.
Cons
Some people think you're stuck up because of the badge... Other than that, fuel economy is fairly low by modern standards. Personally, I just look at how much I saved over my coworkers with brand-new trucks and the cost of gas just fades away. They can also chew through tires pretty quickly... again, I saved so much on the initial hit that I have plenty in reserve for a kicking new set of boots every 10,000 miles.

2008 Porsche Cayenne - Amazing

Shannon
Inglewood, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I am in love with this car! I really love the design particularly the interior of the car. I honestly do no have much negatives to say. When it comes to repairs and purchasing parts for the car, that can get expensive but that happens rarely. Also, the gas is specific to only 91, which is the most expensive brand.
Story
Getting the car. I would never think I would get a Porsche of all cars. It is one of my favorite brands, and I thought I would never get one due to the usual high costs.
Pros
The design and feel of the car. The car has a very nice sleek yet comforting design that makes for an enjoyable experience. The rides are very suitable for families and friends. It is fuel efficient overall, which was one of my main concerns, and the brand is low maintenance, which is always a plus for me.
Cons
The gas can get quite expensive. It only allows a specific form of gas, which is the most expensive form, but due to the fuel efficiency, it is not the biggest concern for me overall. The speed can be quite sensitive as well where you can go from slow to extremely fast in a just a millisecond. It's a fun speedy ride, but my location in LA is not the greatest.

2004 Porsche Cayenne - Fast and efficient

Michelle
Antioch, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
The Porsche Cayenne is very fast even for an older vehicle. I love this vehicle for the quickness when it takes off. I also love this vehicle for how it muffles all noises outside, but when you walk outside, you can hear the muffler going really loud. I also love having to not insert the key into the ignition to start the car, and it also has keyless entry for an older model. The headliner is also great because it's suede. It has great interior colors. The one thing I do not like about this is the radio option. It is pretty basic, and there is no auxiliary port so you can't really play any music except for a CD or the radio. The other thing I like is that it has back-up sensors and front sensors.
Story
I took it out on the most empty road and was able to drive as fast as I can.
Pros
The speed
Cons
The radio

Porsche Cayenne Generations

The Cayenne is a five-passenger, midsize luxury crossover SUV from Porsche. It's been offered with numerous powertrains including V6, turbo V6, supercharged V6, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, diesel, V8 and turbo V8 -- all of which have been all-wheel-drive.

It was the first four-door vehicle from Porsche and the first time the brand had used a V8 engine since the discontinuation of the 928 in 1995. Though there was skepticism about the Cayenne's handling when it first launched, it quickly proved itself to be a high-performance SUV and a source of significant income for the Porsche brand.

Throughout its lifetime, the Cayenne has shared components with other vehicles in the larger Volkswagen Group family including Audi, VW and Lamborghini.

The Cayenne is currently in its third generation.

Porsche Cayenne 3rd Generation (2019-Present)

This third-generation was redesigned for the 2019 model year (in the U.S.) and rides on an all-new platform that it shares with other vehicles in the VW family, including the Audi Q7 and Q8, Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga and VW Touareg.

The exterior design was a subtle evolution of the previous generation, with the most notable change being the taillights and their horizontal light bar across the rear of the Cayenne.

All of the Cayenne line’s latest-generation engines are turbocharged. The base model has a 335-horsepower 3.0-liter V6, the E-Hybrid has a 456-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 and an electric motor, and the Cayenne S a 2.9-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 with 434-horsepower.

The Turbo model has a 542-horsepower. 4.0-liter, twin turbo V8, and the Turbo S E-Hybrid sits at the top of the range with a 671-horsepower, 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and an electric motor. Porsche also added the world’s first tungsten-carbide surface-coated brakes as an option.

Porsche Cayenne 2nd Generation (2011-2018)

Larger than the previous generation, this new iteration had the more slanted rear window and windshield as well as a more sloping roofline. New additions included door-mounted mirrors, headlights reminiscent of the Carerra GT, and LED daytime running lights as well as a completely redesigned interior.

Fuel efficiency was improved, thanks to the Cayenne shedding more than 500 pounds due to the use of aluminum and magnesium in its construction. A hybrid version joined the lineup at this time.

2011 base models came standard with a 296-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine, dual-zone climate-control AC as well as an interior air filter, and a leather-wrapped, tilting, telescoping steering wheel that held controls for the radio and cruise control. Also standard were leather upholstery, eight-way power front seats and a universal garage-door opener.

The Cayenne S initially came with a 4.8-liter V8 that made 395 horsepower, plus a power sunroof and driver’s seat position memory. The performance-oriented GTS had the same engine but with 414 horsepower and modifications made to its suspension and chassis for better handling.

The Cayenne Turbo and Turbo S had a twin-turbo 4.8-liter V8 engine that made 493 horsepower and 542 horsepower respectively. They also came with a voice-controlled navigation system, an option for four-zone climate control and heated rear seats, and a premium sound system. Other options included Porsche Stability Management, Porsche Active Suspension Management, and Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control as well as Bi-Xenon headlights and a conventional moonroof or panoramic roof.

2012 brought the introduction of the Cayenne S Diesel with a 4.1-liter V8 Volkswagen TDI engine. In 2014 (for the 2015 model year), the entire Cayenne line got a facelift. This included exterior changes to the grille, front and rear bumpers and taillights, dual exhaust.

This was also when Porsche added a plug-in E-Hybrid model which replaced the prior hybrid and became the first plug-in premium SUV available. The 2015 E-Hybrid claimed 47 mpg-e. Porsche also replaced the Cayenne S model's 4.8-liter V8 with a 3.6-liter turbocharged V6 that made 414 horsepower.

Porsche Cayenne 1st Generation (2003-2010)

Porsche initially launched the Cayenne with two trim levels, the Cayenne S and the Turbo model. Both sported V8 engines, with V6 and diesel versions appearing later.

The Cayenne S had a 335-horsepower V8 with a top speed of 150 mph and could go from 0-60 in 7.1 seconds. This engine had variable valve timing and used a dry-sump lubrication system.

The Turbo and Turbo S both had height-adjustable off-road suspensions and a locking differential. The Turbo S boasted a 514-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.5-liter V8 with a six-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission. This model had a top speed of 171 mph and went from 0-60 in 5 seconds.

A later base model had a 247-horsepower, 3.2-liter V6 with all-wheel drive and six-speed Tiptronic automatic transmissions. The base model could do 0-60 in 7.5 seconds with a manual transmission, and 8.1 seconds with the automatic.

A performance-oriented GTS model was lighter than the Cayenne S, with an aerodynamic body kit and enhancements to the suspension tuning and chassis. This version’s 399-horsepower 4.8-liter V8 engine and six-speed manual transmission took the car from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds.

2008 saw the Turbo upgraded to a larger 4.8-liter engine that could go from 0-60 in 4.9 seconds. The new Turbo S had 550 horsepower and it did 0-60 in 4.7 seconds. A diesel version available since 2009 came with a 237-horsepower 3-liter V6 VW TDI engine. In 2008 all Cayenne engines started using direct-injection technology.

This was also when base model engines were upgraded to a 296-horsepower 3.6-liter VR6 with manual transmission, while the Cayenne S received a 395-horsepower 4.8-liter V8, and the Cayenne Turbo had a 493-horsepower 4.8-liter twin turbo V8.

The Cayenne S Hybrid Volkswagen-sourced engine was a 328-horsepower 3-liter V6 and used a nickel metal hydride battery which added 46 horsepower to bring the total up to 380 horses.

All but the base models utilized 8-speed Tiptronic automatic transmissions. Hybrids had an electric vacuum pump and hydraulic steering pump which would allow the car to continue functioning if the engine should ever be deactivated.

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