The third generation of Porsche Cayenne has introduced more changes under the skin for the large SUV than the restrained remodelling of its exterior facade suggests. There’s been much effort, a few shake-ups, and a lot of massaging that has culminated in positive impressions of the revised range in reviews to date: a 9/10 rating (by yours truly) at the global launch of the S and Turbo, a slightly more sober 8.6/10 appraisal once the base version joined the line-up for the local launch assault, plus another stellar nine-point rating overseas for the soon-for-Oz petrol-electric hybrid version. So far, so impressive.
With Porsche putting diesel power on hiatus across the board, it’s a lean all-petrol-motivated three-variant Cayenne affair for CarAdvice’s first-ever premium range review. Light on numbers, perhaps, but as we’ll see this trio is heavy in detail, choice and options for the buyer keen to park large-sized family friendliness wearing the famed Stuttgart crest into the home driveway.
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