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  • Present cars
    1996 993 Turbo
    1985 930 Turbo
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    2004 Cayenne S
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    1977 911S
    1999 996 C4
  1. I've been waiting for information on the new model release before deciding what year to purchase. Did you find this info on Porsches website? Just internet rumors... Porsche dealer isn't sure yet. I use the low range to descend an incredibly steep access way when wet. (The "road" is really a dirt track that becomes incredibly slick when it rains).... Just put it in low and steer... Cayenne TT does the rest.
  2. Is anyone else having to re-access their Cayenne replacement? I was all set to order an 11' when they were released to replace my current S. I must be one of the few owners that use its off-road capability... Without low-range it just won't do.....
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