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Recommendations for Cayenne Car Cover?

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I just bought a 2004 Cayenne Turbo this week to replace by 1988 BMW M6 as we have a new addition to the family on the way. I park my car here in NYC in an indoor municipal parking garage. I used a "good enough" car cover for my M6 to keep the dust off it as I will sometimes go a few days without driving (one of the advantages or disadvantages of living in NYC depending how you look at it).

Does anyone have any recommencdations for a car cover for less than $150 that fits the Cayenne? I say good enough as my past covers usually last about 18 monhts before someone steals it. It is used only indoors so I don't need anything high tech.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Regards - Steve

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A good cover for your budget is the NOAH material made by Covercraft. A similar cover but just a little cheaper is the Evolution material. Its custom made so it will fit perfectly and you can get a cable lock to prevent theft. I have ordered covers from Autosupermart.com before they are good. They give free shipping, free cable lock and free storage bag.

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