Last post on Mar 04, 2013 at 12:48 PM
You are in the Porsche Cayenne
What is this discussion about?
Porsche Cayenne, SUV
Sep 07, 2004 (10:00 am)
in Bay Area are being offered at a relatively huge discount. Expect to pay $6000 off MSRP for the S model, and $8000 off the turbo .
I think the dealers are really behind the times in providing excellent service....though my dealer/service advisor goes out of his way to please me...brought the cayenne in for alignment and oil change , and he gave me a rental car and a free full tank of gas....
good luck on your search..
#3 of 643 Re: cayenne [highender]
Sep 13, 2004 (10:33 pm)
Any idea what discounts may be on the V6 model?
How fast is the V6? Is it even worth considering? Finally, what are some Bay Area dealers or even any in CA that are giving large discounts for year end models. Thanks for your input.
#4 of 643 Pre- Owned Cayenne S
Sep 22, 2004 (7:23 pm)
Saw an '04 Cayenne S, Titanium Silver, 21K miles for $46,000 in the local paper.
#5 of 643 Re: cayenne [gardencar]
Sep 23, 2004 (2:15 pm)
I'm not all that familiar with the V6 models, but am sure the end of month and end of year sales will give you more leeway in terms of bargaining.
I hope you can wait 3 months...because typically December is slow, since people are buying gifts (small) , so they may be more willing to bargain......
I think Oakland Porsche is willing to bargain down....and just stick with it....and you will get the car...
#6 of 643 Re: cayenne [highender]
Sep 23, 2004 (11:31 pm)
highender, thanks for the tip. Am really liking the Cayenne S, now.
For some reason, I'm thinking you're in the Bay Area.
#7 of 643 Re: cayenne [gardencar]
Sep 25, 2004 (10:27 am)
I am....got mine at the Oakland dealership...
#8 of 643 It is decision time - cay s-fx45-x54.4i
Sep 26, 2004 (8:19 am)
hi highender, etal:
went to test drive the 3 vehicles noted above and have cut the decision down to a clear winner, the cay s. even though the one i am looking at doesn't have all the options i believe having the guts underneath the cay are more important than the toys on the fx.
my concern is one reliability - there i have my doubts about the cay after reading the boards here and at another site.
looking for some cay support...
btw, the pricing is under 55k but no nav; bummer - any way to get it reasonably?
#9 of 643 Cayenne
Sep 26, 2004 (9:40 pm)
Is anyome familiar with the maintenance costs of a Porsche Cayenne?
#10 of 643 Re: Cayenne [jac]
Sep 26, 2004 (11:20 pm)
This website has a section on maintenance costs. You can look up the Cayenne's projected maintenance costs by clicking on the TCO, True Cost to Own, feature on the Edmunds home page, under Top Features.
#11 of 643 Re: Cayenne [jac]
Sep 27, 2004 (12:05 am)
Or, you can go to the Porshe Cayenne pricing and review pages, scroll down to the maintenance section on the left margin, and click on that. This will give you local shop pricing based on your zip code.