Driveshaft or axle, CV joint, differential, transfer case, 4WD/AWD components, driveline vibration, traction control, electronic stability control (ESC), electrical failure.
What Owners Say
“The transfer case had to be replaced due to hard shifts. This is supposedly a common problem for the 2016 Cayenne”Anonymous, SC (2016 Porsche Cayenne Base 3.6-L V6)
“Full transfer case failure at 16,000 miles. It had to be replaced and was out of service for almost 10 days”Curtis R., UT (2016 Porsche Cayenne Base 3.6-L V6)
“Transfer case gears were "slipping", especially when turning sharp corners or when traveling at freeway speeds. Dealer and indicated it would take about 6 weeks to get a new transfer case from Germany. Porsche overnighted it and the dealer had the car back on the road in less than 30 hours”Edward T., WA (2016 Porsche Cayenne Base 3.6-L V6)
“this is an obvious problem with this car..They did not have it in this country and had to get it from Germany..really when I know others now who had the same problem..they should have a stock in the usa...It took 3 weeks and only because I made them fed ex it and that took a week..really a 2016 Porsche!!!”Anonymous, NY (2016 Porsche Cayenne Base 3.6-L V6)