Porsche is pricing the 2009 line of Cayenne SUVs with increases between 2.3 and 4.3 percent above the 2008 models. The base 2009 Cayenne is priced at $45,495, the Cayenne S at $59,400, the Cayenne GTS at $70,900, the Cayenne Turbo at $97,700 and the Cayenne Turbo S at $123,600. On-sale date of theTurbo S is August 8. The increased prices are cause by the weak dollar.

2009 Porsche Cayenne pricing announced
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The new Porsche Communication System PCM 3.0, currently introduced in the new-generation 911 sports cars, will also be available in all 2009 Cayenne models. PCM 3.0 features a touchscreen and provides expanded capacities, ease of operation and the latest in-car technologies such as a iPod® port, hard disk drive navigation, the addition of XM NavTraffic to XM radio, Bluetooth® connectivity, USB port and auxiliary jack. PCM 3.0 is standard on the Cayenne Turbo and Turbo S.

2009 Porsche Cayenne pricing announced
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As a result of larger disc brakes the MY09 Cayenne Turbo will have standard 19“ Cayenne Design wheels. As a first in the SUV segment, all V8 powered Cayennes will be available with Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes, PCCB, for maximum deceleration and excellent fading resistance.

Regardless of their individual model, Cayenne customers will have even greater choices to personalize their car. The sport seats in Alcantara and the padded steering wheel of the Cayenne GTS are now available for all models as are exterior colors GTS Red, Nordic Gold and a new Macadamia Metallic.


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  (82) posted on 06.19.2008

the best Cayenne is the Turbo S and that costs to much, with that money you could buy a good sports car, a couple of hatchback, or a fleet of TATA smiley

AK47  (1024) posted on 06.19.2008

Sorry but I don’t think this car is worth 70 grand. The Audi Q7 looks like the better choice.

AK47  (70) posted on 06.18.2008

the new Porsche strategy: a Cayenne for every pocket smiley

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