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Fine handling and strong performance are the Cayenne's big strengths, but it's also a practical SUV capable of meeting the family's needs. The best version is the Cayenne S, because the Turbo and hybrid models are a little less nimble. It's not that well equipped, though, there's no seven-seat option, and you need to put up with a firmer ride than a BMW X5 or Range Rover Sport.get the best price
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Given the huge step up in price, you’ll be pleased to know that you get plenty of extra equipment with the Turbo variant. This includes air suspension, 21in wheels, even bigger brakes, Turbo-specific exhaust pipes and body styling, a Bose stereo, heated front and rear leather seats and an Alcantara headlining.
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This 542bhp monster can accelerate from 0-62mph is just 3.9sec with the optional Sport Chrono Package, thanks to a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8. It sounds a little more muted than the V6 S and the heavier engine means it isn’t quite as agile. Overkill, we reckon.
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