New Car Reviews
Posted on June 19, 2009 by Editor
Here is a comprehensive range of vehicles that has been significantly uprated for 2007. More powerful turbochargers in the Cayenne Turbo S and Porsche’s usual ability to coax more power from the same engine are features that will please Cayenne afficionados. Here is a car that has come to spell out ‘Porsche’ at very first sight.
Seen from outside, the Cayenne differs from the Cayenne S through its model designation on the tailgate, the black eloxy brake callipers, and 17-inch light-alloy wheels in 10-spoke design.
The Cayenne was the first Porsche to feature a V6 power unit, the Cayenne Sports Utility therefore offering the supreme standard of driving dynamics, safety and offroad qualities which has already given this third Porsche model a great name the world over.
Like its sister models, the Cayenne ensures truly outstanding engine output and performance:
The power of the six-cylinder engine is transmitted to the wheels in standard trim by a specially developed six-speed manual gearbox combined with an innovative assistance system: The Porsche Drive-Off Assistant makes things much easier for the driver when setting out on an uphill gradient, securing the vehicle in position by automatically intervening in the brakes. Once the driver engages the clutch the system takes back brake pressure and the Cayenne sets off smoothly and safely. Porsche‘s six-speed Tiptronic S transmission is available as an alternative to the manual gearbox.
All models in the Cayenne range come with numerous highlights in technology to provide an ideal blend of supreme onroad and offroad driving characteristics.
As well as a full suite of safety equipment, standard features in the Cayenne also include an alarm system, central locking with remote control, air conditioning, an on-board computer, electric window lifts and electrically adjustable front seats. All seats are finished in leather.
|Price (in AED)||173,400-441,800|
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