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About tdemo1

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    Calgary, AB Canada
  • Porsche Club
    POC (Porsche Owners Club)
  • Present cars
    2015 Porsche Cayenne S
    2001 Porsche Boxster S
  1. Have 06 CS titanium edition. Just last week I had the same error on my system - Nav error, both amp and nav unavailable. I turned the amp off and on several times - sometimes with longer wait periods, upto about 3 minutes and still came back with the same error. Tried turning ignition off and then back on - no change. Parked my unit for the night - next day worked fine. Have not had the error since. Also should mention that I had never experienced this issue before. I will update if it happens again. It is still under warranty and I will get it looked at right away. Its not a lot of fun sitting in traffic in silence.
  2. Thanks to all of you for your valuable input. I' am trying to line up a test drive to see for myself, and I will try to keep my head about me. It seems that the CS is a tremendous vehicle and anything more is a matter of emotion - or pure exhileration!!
  3. I have a 2006.5 Cayenne S Titaninium Edition with 13000 miles and I love this SUV. I really enjoy the ride and feel that there is a lot of power!! However with the change in the economy I have seen several deals out there. Is it worth it to trade mine in for a 2006 Cayenne Turbo with 34000 miles on it? I have a few considerations: 1) Is the added power needed and/or available to use in daily driving in the city? I love to drive 'spirited', but find few opportunities in the city. 2) I will be losing about a year of warranty - should I ensure it is CPO? 3) What dollar difference would be a good deal in cost considering the mileage and loss of a year? 4) What factory options do you think are very important on the turbo? I have not driven a turbo and really value your opinions on the difference between the two. Cheers
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