I am selling my porsche cayenne turbo
Its 2005 with 54000 miles, full service history, comes from a no smoking environment.
I have owned it since April 2013, in that year it has had 2 oils changes, new brakes front and rear with new hand brakes drums, with a brake fluid change.
ive got a 2005 turbo, things to look for are coolant tubes need to be replaced, they run through the inside of the engine and are originally plastic and prone to splitting. Proactive replacement at indie is about £700 when it breaks its £2000 +.
Also cardan shafts wear and break and coil packs...
I came frm cls55amg through e63 Amg to my cayenne turbo. It's quick big/wide and comfy, hard to lower to the level I'd like without riding on the bumpstops and throwing errors.
I get 15 mpg round town and 22 on a run. Cat bypass gives a great sound. Go and try one.