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hi all

Whats the best Cayenne V8 model & year?

for life use with out any problems all you need services between time to time

i want the comparison started from 2006 to 2009

and to compare focus more on:

- Engine

- Gear

- Electric Chips

i need this because im planing to buy new Cayenne V8

but i dont know what model in which year is the best to search for

PLEASE when you choose one tell us whats the reason for choosing it

Thanks

Q8

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Hi Q8: Be sure to read all the posts here on Renntech and you'll be able to start compiling some background data to help form your decision. So much of the vehicle choice is up to you and is subjective -- V8 normally aspirated vs. V8 Turbo (twin) is based on criteria covering performance, cost-of-ownership, how you plan to use the vehicle (tow, off road, etc.) For gear (options) Porsche offers so many packages and individual option selections it's difficult to map one model classification to the next -- for example a Cayenne S may have everything a Cayenne Turbo has other than the Turbos. And see the posts about the Turbo S not offering auto headlights in the base package which is why you'll want to know all the option codes on specific vehicles you are considering before you purchase.

For chipping and tuning you can do a lot with most Cayennes (but the return may not be worth the risks). As many people will tell you, Porsche spends millions to make sure their vehicles perform within solid and proven parameters -- aftermarket items may skew the delicate balance and harm your vehicle. Performance tires and other items are not as big a deal.

The build-year is also subjective. A low-mileage Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) '04 may be better deal than a non-CPO '06 because if your drive shaft or coolant tubes break you'll be covered.

Anyway, be sure to read all the posts here on Renntech and you'll have a much better idea of what to purchase based on your needs and let us know what you decide on!

Edited by odix
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