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oktc123
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:33 am    Post subject: 2007 Cayenne turbo questions Reply with quote

Hello

I am thinking of trading my 2008 BMW M3 coupe for a 2007 Cayenne turbo and would like a few questions answered if possible. Is this Cayenne spec any good, this will be my first Porsche so no idea what to look for.

Spec:

Self leveling air suspension
Level control headlamps
Xenon headlights with heated washers
Preparation for detachable tow bar (although it doesn’t have one but can be fitted)
Tyre fit repair kit
18” front and rear discs with red calipers
Servotronic (speed adjusting power steering)
3 spoke crested steering wheel in leather with controls and heated
Adjustable steering column
Isofix
Centre console finished in smooth leather
Door sides and dash finished in extended smooth leather
Alcantera side walls and roof lining
Pearlescent velour carpets with pad protectors
Full memory seats in front
Heated seats front and rear
Keyless entry
Aluminum sport package
Preparation for roof racks in silver
Power folding mirrors
PCM navigation
Park assist front and rear
Cruise control
No smoker package
Phone module
Bose
Panoramic roof
20” chrono techno alloy wheels
Power tailgate
Privacy glass

Is it worth getting the Cayenne remapped?
Is it worth buying a Porsche warranty for it?
Any idea who may be cheapest for insurance?

Lot of questions i know but any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

Cayenne in question is a September 2007-57 reg 1 owner 25k miles in black with FPSH at 44k with 32k trade in for the M3.

Thanks in advance.
 
  
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david_yorkshire
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

may be a bit late
Spec is fairly conventional
a few options on there
heard a few horror stories re the panoramic roof, rattling, leaking not that many around tho

Remapping is not a bad idea - though would you really want to ?!
If you want peace of mind get the warranty - depends upon your attitude to risk
Insurance depends upon your circumstances, and age.
Admiral came up cheapest for mine.

David
 
  
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