Porsche Cayenne Overview
The midsized Cayenne is one of the sportiest, most agile SUVs on the market. The base V6 has been replaced by a turbo V6 for 2015. A V6 diesel, V8, and hybrid engines are also available. The eight-speed automatic is super-smooth. The ride is supple and steady but rather stiff at low speeds. The seats are comfortable, and the cargo area is roomy enough. Interior fit and finish is impeccable, but the controls are confusing. The stop/start feature shuts the engine off at idle to save fuel but is slow to restart at times; luckily it can be disabled. Reliability has been above average.
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