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Porsche Cayenne Pricing and Specs

2020 Porsche Cayenne

2020

From $121,300

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

2003 to 2019

$11,700 - 308,660

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It's hard to imagine now just how revolutionary the Porsche Cayenne was when the forward-thinking, profit-focused Germans unleashed it on the world in 2002. The idea of a high-end SUV was still fairly fresh, and the idea of a company as sporty and pure of focus as Porsche making a giant behemoth with off-road capability seemed absurd. But this big, not entirely attractive five-seat SUV really did change everything, including the company's fortunes. Porsche now makes a lot more money from selling SUVs than it does from sports cars, and there are those who suggest the Cayenne actually saved the company from ceasing to exist.

The Cayenne (base) starts off at $121,300, while the range-topping, Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid is priced at $297,900.

Year Price From Price To
2020 $121,300 $297,900
2019 $95,000 $308,660
2018 $81,600 $283,800
2017 $72,300 $259,600
2016 $64,900 $231,660
2015 $57,300 $206,470
2014 $48,100 $166,540
2013 $42,100 $147,070
2012 $34,800 $113,960
2011 $31,200 $69,080
2010 $23,500 $68,860
2009 $19,400 $61,380
2008 $17,900 $42,240
2007 $16,300 $42,020
2006 $14,000 $36,630
2005 $12,200 $25,080
2004 $11,700 $25,080
2003 $11,700 $25,080
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Porsche Cayenne FAQs

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  • Aurion to replace my Maxima?

    Thanks for the email. Hopefully I can keep this simple. 

    I would strongly recommend a Toyota Aurion V6 $30,990 drive away or the Toyota Camry $28,990 drive away (pricing current September 2015). 

    Unless you want the acceleration of the V6 I would opt for the four cylinder Camry, which is spritely enough and will also deliver good open road fuel economy. 

    For the type of driving you're doing you do not need the hybrid Camry. 

    Also, the base model Camry on the smaller wheels and Michelin tyres will be much more comfortable and a touch quieter than the dearer Camry models that come with sports tyres. 

    In both the Aurion and Camry you will be protected by seven airbags and a five star safety rating. A rear camera is standard on both models too. 

    The servicing costs are among the cheapest in the business. 

    Furthermore the intervals are longer than other Toyotas (15,000km rather than 10,000km) and the capped pricing lasts four years or 75,000, whichever comes first (other Toyotas are three years, 60,000km). 

    This was done to help Aurion and Camry appeal to fleets. 

    However, your warranty is the same as other Toyotas at three years/100,000km. 

    Dealership extended warranties are generally not worth the paper they are printed on, so save your money if you're offered an extension. 

    Please check you're comfortable when driving the Aurion and Camry. They have ample room inside and a lot of travel in the front seat rails. 

    Meanwhile, you're right in your assumption that Toyotas are regarded as a premium over Holden and Ford. The price is cheap because Toyota is trying to keep the factory running until 2017. It is in effect making a loss with each Camry it sells. 

    Toyota also has a vast rural dealer network so hopefully you're never far away from help should you need it. 

    Lastly, the Camry was at $26,990 drive away for much of last year and the price may limbo to that level again in the lead up to the end of the year or early next, to clear 2015 stock. This is not an inside tip, merely an educated guess on my part.

    Good luck and let me know if I can help any further. I hope I'm still driving big distances in my 80s. 

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