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All UK MPG in a 05 Turbo; I would say I average 16mpg to a tank. I generally get 300 miles to each tank before I fill up. The tank is 100 litres but when I fill up I normally have to put in between 80 - 90 litres to fill it full again. The is some motorway driving at 70-80mph but mostly stop start in traffic (I'm in London). I have seen as little as 250 miles to a tank but also as much as 375 miles. The most I have ever seen when doing a constant 70-80 for about 250 miles is 23.3mpg.
MaKSiNG replied to MaKSiNG's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Thanks wvicary. I have the panoramic roof, so does that still apply? Also, any hints whereabouts the pipe runs and where to start removing the headlining?
Hi Guys, I discovered that my 2005 CTT had about an inch of water in the boot. We had a particularly heavy downpour of rain recently and I assume somewhere there is another drain hole blocked, similar to the ones you get at the front of the car. Any ideas? I have dried the boot after removing everything from it, including the Bose SubWoofer (still don't know if it still works since it got wet) and poured water all over the back of the car but could not recreate the problem. Any help would be appreciated. I did find this post with the help of Google but without pictures it does not help very much even though it sounds like the exact problem: http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-cayenne/572581-water-trapped-somewhere-back.html Thanks is Advance, MaKS
Pics please!!! Sounds to me like these holes in the underside of sills are obscured on Turbo cars with the Sport Design body kit on.