Last post on Apr 12, 2012 at 9:21 AM
You are in the Porsche Cayenne
What is this discussion about?
Porsche Cayenne, Acura MDX, BMW X5, Car Comparisons, SUV
#55 of 57 Re: Late post [fawltytowers44]
Feb 23, 2011 (9:56 am)
But also no evidence against my position, just statements like that above.
But logic is on my side, clearly.
#56 of 57 Re: Current X5 owner [bmlexus]
Apr 10, 2012 (12:31 am)
Yes. I agree.
I currently own a 745i, it's been 10 years. The driving is very additive and I really enjoy this car. However, it has issues and it's not cheap to keep up with it. I never had big problem with it but all the small little problems could unfortunately cost a lot more than a Toyota.
I recently test drive a Acura RL (2010) and was actually very impressed by it. I had an Acura Legend, had it for 13 years and really loved the car. I thought Acura has the closest to BMW driving feel. I am seriously thinking about trading mine to the RL.
My wife is looking for a SUV (used or new) and she is trying to choose between the MDX and Cayenna. I know they are very different but since i had never own a porche before, not sure if Porche makes good Suv and how expansive is it to keep up with the service and repairs ??? Any thoughts on this will help. Also, i am in L.A. and do porche dealers here sell it below MSRP??
#57 of 57 Re: Current X5 owner [viola128]
Apr 12, 2012 (9:21 am)
The older MDX' that used the VTM-4 F/awd system has had, is having serious driveline failure problems. Those seemed to be solved with the switch to the new SH-AWD system but now as of 2010+ transaxle failures seem to be rising again, recent "reflash" TSB even.