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Cheapest 2006 Cayenne ever? Why so cheap....

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80K miles is not much and this car seems like a decent price unless something is really mechanically wrong with it or it has been in accidents. I paid $21K for a 2004 Turbo with 36K miles on it and feel very good about the price i paid (original listing price with options was 96,000 in 2004, new turbos are $140K). This car most likely listed for around $60K so selling for $10K is a better price than I paid considering the Model, Options and the Mileage. I don't think the blue color is appealing but heck you can always have the car repainted right? In the end it all comes back to the local market and what price it will bear. It may also be that this person is looking for a quick sale because he needs the cash.

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I am new to the Porsche scene. I have just purchased a 2006 Cayenne with 72,000 miles. I love the vehicle so far. I have heard some rumors of some issues with coolant lines under the intake. I do have a 3000/3month warranty. How do I check to see if they were replaced. Was this a recall?

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