What used Porsche Cayenne estate will I get for my budget?
In true Porsche fashion, prices are pretty stable. Expect to spend around £50,000-£60,000 for a 2018 or early 2019 3.0 V6 model, with a low mileage and a full history, sold by a Porsche dealer. You’ll need around £60,000 to £70,000 to get into the driving seat of an S model, especially one from 2019, this for a car with a minimal mileage and a full history bought from a franchised dealer. The hybrid and Turbo models are highly sought, so look to spend £60,000 on the former and £80-90,000 on the latter for 2019 or 2020 cars.
How much does it cost to run a Porsche Cayenne estate?
On paper, the most economical is the petrol-electric E-Hybrid, with a claimed official fuel consumption of 88.3mpg, and corresponding CO2 emissions of 72g/km. However, as with all these official figures, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to match that, or even in some circumstances get anywhere near it. The 3.0-litre car is a fraction more economical on paper than the 2.9 one, while you’ll need access to your own fuel station to keep the Turbo running.
Annual car tax for cars registered after April 2017 is a flat rate, currently £150 a year, but all Cayennes will be subject to a supplementary luxury car tax for cars costing over £40,000 new currently £325 a year.
Insurance costs will be high for all models, with most in group 50, as will servicing bills. Servicing will be expensive, and is best carried out by proper Porsche specialists. Some garages operate a fixed-price servicing plan, with costs for a minor service starting at £485 for a Cayenne.
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