The Porsche Cayenne is a luxury crossover SUV that was first introduced in 2002. It is known for its sleek design and powerful performance, with many models featuring a V8 engine and impressive acceleration. The Cayenne also has a spacious and comfortable interior, making it a great option for daily commuting and long road trips. It has become one of Porsche's most popular vehicles, offering drivers the perfect blend of style, performance, and practicality. The Cayenne is also Porsches first V8 since it was last used in 1995. Up for grabs is a still gleaming top-of-the-range 2023 Porsche Turbo GT with a negligible 90 miles on the odometer.
Porsche’s first four-door model was the first-generation Cayenne, that debuted in 2003. It was also the first off-road vehicle made by the prolific German automaker that wasn’t a tractor. A hugely successful nameplate, the Cayenne is currently on the third generation, and, as you might think, the name derives from the fiery Cayenne pepper. As the first four-door with ample luggage space in a sports car dominated line-up, the Cayenne was the most practical Porsche you could buy at the time, and remains their pinnacle SUV to this day. That makes this second-generation 2015 Porsche Cayenne S rather appealing, and with a healthy mileage of 61,620, it’s got plenty of life left.
Porsche jumped on the SUV bandwagon quite early, with the Cayenne debuting in 2002 as a mid-sized luxury crossover SUV. Since then, the model has enjoyed strong sales figures and is currently on the third generation. In 2019, to capitalize on the market for sportier-shaped mid-sizers in the luxury SUV space, Porsche unveiled the Cayenne Coupe. This 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is a fine example of one, and it’s just covered 22,500 miles since new. If you’re looking to enter the Porsche lifestyle, but have a family in tow, this is a great way to make an entrance.
When German sports car maker Porsche decided the time was ripe to venture into the SUV space, they wanted to ensure that it carried over the sporty DNA that the brand was known for with its range of two-door sports cars. Entering the market in 2003, the first-generation Cayenne marked a series of firsts for Porsche. It was the first V8 engine built by Porsche since 1995, as well as the first off-road vehicle from them since the tractors they had built in the 1950s. It was also the first production four-door Porsche. The Cayenne was well-received globally, and we are now on the third generation. Introduced in 2018, the third generation spawned a more sportily styled iteration called the Cayenne Coupe. This vehicle is a 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe from Texas with just 8,800 miles on the clock. When new, it would have cost $92,890.
The Porsche Cayenne was an important addition to the sports car manufacturer’s line-up. Not only was it the first SUV to bear the crest of the Stuttgart-based marque, but it also provided a much-needed cash injection to the company. It was a gamble that paid off, with the Cayenne soon becoming one of their best sellers. The Porsche Cayenne featured here is from the second generation. A black 2017 Porsche Cayenne GTS, this example of the performance SUV has 23300 miles and is located in Houston, Texas. The car also features a certified pre-owned warranty.