In March 2003, Porsche finally introduced its eagerly awaited Cayenne sport utility vehicle. Just like the stimulating pepper of the same name, this luxury midsize SUV ranks as a hot one, especially when its the Cayenne Turbo, which achieves 450 horsepower from its Porsche-designed, twin-tu... Read Full Report
Ritzy Porsche Cayenne SUV is cool, but not hot German sports-car maker Porsche drew heavy criticism from purists last year when it introduced the brand's first-ever sport utility vehicle, a close cousin to the Volkswagen Touareg dubbed Cayenne. But the Cayenne has boosted the Stuttgart, Germany-based company's fortunes, especially in SUV-crazed North America, where the "off-road" ... Read full review for the 2004 Porsche Cayenne
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So I purchased my Cayenne Turbo in 2004 NEW and I am pushing 85,000 miles, the only major problem I have had was with a radiator hose that cracked. Was fixed by Porsche's OUTSTANDING techs here in Lit... Read Full Review
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