The Porsche 2008 Cayenne Line-up UFABET เว็บตรง
Porsche has released a refined Cayenne line-up for 2008. These include the base, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne S Turbo, and Cayenne Turbo S. Upon introduction the Cayenne line-up for 2008 was composed of the base model “3-ports” with direct injection and a 6 speed manual transmission. The line-up also included a Sport model, also with a 6 speed manual transmission. All these models were fitted with a 3.6 liters V6 engine that produces 302 horsepower kW. The models were also equipped with an aesthetic approach and midship design. 2009-2010 In 2009 Porsche introduced the “Sport” line-up. These cars were still fitted with the V6 engine that had more power. They also included mechanical suspension callipers, and chrome styled air dam. The engine had also increased its displacement to 3.6 liters. The base model was now the Porsche Cayenne S Sport and was offered with a 6 speed manual transmission. The Sport model was offered with only a 5 speed manual transmission. All these models were still good for a
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combined mileage of 17 mpg. The mid-level Cayenne models, dubbed Cayenne S were equipped with a 6 Speed Manual Tronic transmission. These models were still good for a combined 12 mpg. The base model was now the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. This was offered with a 6 speed manual tronic transmission and was rated for 20 mpg in the city and 29 mpg during highway driving. The model was equipped with a powerful V8 engine that produced 430 horsepower kW. This model was rated for a combined 12 mpg. The base Cayenne models were all-wheel drive models offered with a 5 speed manual tronic transmission. These were rated at 14 mpg for the city and 15 mpg for highway driving. The models that were equipped with the 6 speed tronic were rated for 15 mpg for the city and 17 mpg for highway driving. All these Cayenne models were overall length 3440 mm, overall width is 1845 mm, and overall height is 1475 mm. The Cayenne Turbo models overall length increased to 2460 mm, overall width increased to 2530 mm, and overall height to 1525 mm. The Cayenne is offered with three different upper level trim levels. The Base model is equipped with a basic, but low-end mechanical controls. The Cayenne S models are higher-end mechanical controls. The Turbo S models are both higher- and lower-end mechanical controls. The exterior design of all these Cayenne models was derived from the Porsche Boxter introduced in 2005. The front fascia includes a large front splitter with a close fitting honeycomb grille. Distinct wedge like elements are evident in the grille and bumper. These elements were combined to form a large, pronounced wedge shape that guides the airflow from the outside to the engine compartment. The Unties are powered by a 3.6-liter flat-six cylinder, 385 horsepower, and hence the Cayenne Turbo S has a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. It is good for 350 lb-ft of torque. This power is adequate to provide the large SUV with much needed power. The Cayenne Turbo S is also equipped with all the options including the luxurious and comfortable front seats. The model is further equipped with standard Porsche Stability Management (PSM), side curtain airbags, and the memorable Cayenne’s include but not limited to: xenon headlights, an adjustable air conditioning system, a navigation system, a TFT instrument display with shift light alkaline battery conditioner, and a panoramic sunroof.