Measured owner satisfaction with 2009 Porsche Cayenne after 90-days of ownership.
Sound of the engine/exhaust
Vehicle's handling on curves
The vehicle's navigation system
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2009 Porsche Cayenne during the first 90-days of ownership.
Amount of trunk/hatch space
Flexibility of seat configurations
The vehicle's heating and air conditioning
11 - 14
17 - 20
290 - 550
6 speed, Automatic w/OD, 6 speed, Manual w/OD
Gas V6, Gas V8, Turbo Gas V8
All Wheel Drive
2009 Porsche Cayenne Review
It all starts with legendary Porsche performance. The V6-powered Cayenne model is rated at 290 horsepower; the naturally aspirated V8 of the Cayenne S generates 385 horsepower; and the Cayenne Turbo achieves a remarkable output of 500 horsepower. Porsche engineers designed all three engines for an active lifestyle including towing heavy trailer loads. All three engines are also designed for super unleaded fuel and achieve impressive fuel economy.Not only can you choose your road you can choose how the Cayenne handles it. A special “Sport” mode is standard with a choice of comfort oriented or high performance drivetrain and chassis setups. Anyone familiar with the layout of a Porsche interior will feel instantly at ease sliding behind the wheel of the new Cayenne. It’s only when you glance over your shoulder at the spaciousness and utility afforded the four-door configuration that Cayenne reveals itself to be unlike any Porsche you’ve ever experienced. The lightweight yet highly rigid steel body of the Cayenne is a decisive factor in the vehicle’s enhanced passive-safety engineering system. The 2009 Porsche Cayenne an exceptional all rounder.
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J.D. Power Award Winner
Performance Award Winner
Awarded to the models with the highest owner ratings for design and performance after the first 90 days of ownership