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    Porsche Cayenne Diesel (gen. 92A)
    Mercedes-Benz ML280 CDI
  1. Hi Loren, Now it is fact. NO old Cayenne wheels fit the new Cayenne! I asked another technician from Porsche. He told me the same story ... The explanation from them seems rediculous for me. They state, that because of the complete new design and weight-distribution of the car the load capacity of the wheels also changed. The new car is lighter than the old one. So this would be a advantage for the old wheels. I personally think, that this all is a part of a new marketing strategy. Nevertheless... No chance of using wheels of gen. 1 and 2 on the new Cayenne ... Bye, Thomas P.S.: I get my new Cayenne next monday ...
  2. Hi, I really can't believe it what my Porsche-dealer said this week ... He told me, that NO wheels of the first two generations of the Cayenne (955, 957) can be mounted on the new 958! If that is true, I have a big problem with my brand new winter tire/wheels-combination I already own ... Does somebody know more about this topic? Any info appreciated! Best Regards from Germany ... Thomas
  3. Hi, I get my new Cayenne 92A (it's a Diesel) in about three weeks and have a little question about the Porsche internal type-numbering scheme ... The first generation of the Cayenne (E1) was called '955', res. '957' (facelift) in public, because of the spare-parts numbering-system of Porsche ... I am wondering if somebody here knows the 'new' number of the 2011 Cayenne (E2). Some people say '956', some throw '958'in the pot. Perhaps there are already the spare-parts listed for the new generation. What are the first three digits of these numbers? I think then we have the solution ... Bye, Thomas
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