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Flying Bob

Porsche Internal Numbering. 956? 958?

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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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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

:welcome:

The original Cayenne 2003-2006 is model 9PA (aka 955).

The 2nd generation Cayenne 2007-2010 is model 9PA1 (aka 957).

And, the 3rd generation Cayenne 2011 on is model 92A (aka 958).

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Hi,

thank you for your answer!

Best Regards from germany ...

Thomas

Hi Thomas..

Wellcome and congrats for your new toy, enjoy it and give us your impressions and experience.

regards from Guatemala.

iGNACIO

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