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2004 Porsche Cayenne Consumer Discussions

2004 Porsche Cayenne
I recently looked into picking up a 2004 Porsche Cayenne S. Found a bunch of great deals out there for ~10k. Then, I started looking into buying an extended warranty....

When was your Cayenne built? Is it a 2003 model? Mine was built 7-03 but it's supposed to be a 2004 model. Maybe the condensation is due to a different housing design or supplier of the headlight. ...

I have been planning to buy a Cayenne V6 for a while. Here is the deals I researched in Silicon Valley....

not many, I bet. I used to drive a 2000 Boxster S....nice car....but the cayenne will be close to it in acceleration. As to comfort, cayenne will surpass it....

Need to be brought back in from the side of the pool. I've always wanted the cayenne but never could afford the price tag, however I have seen a couple 2006 for 1500-1700 grand and suddenly my eyes li...

I don't know what the story is with 2004s. The last I heard Porsche was intent on cutting production for this year due to the surplus from 2002 and 2003. They hate to discount because of the image tha...

I find myself in a dilemma. I currently have a 2002 996 C4 conv. and a 2004 Cayenne S....

I'm sorry to say it, but Porsche sold out when they made the Cayenne. Anyone with a driver's license can drive a 996 Turbo with an automatic transmission. The 911 Turbo used to be the wild 911, but is...

The bottom line, strictly in my opinion, is that you seem to have gotten a great deal on the price of the car (17% off is by far the best I've ever heard for a new Porsche). But leasing a base Boxste...

i am looking to lease a 2004 cayenne S and need to know what the residual would be......

Im looking at purchasing a 2004 cayenne but the rear hatch motor is broken . the door falls downs , does anybody know how much it cost to fix or is it something else ....

I am thinking about getting rid of the SRX while it would still have some trade in value, and really love the Cayenne....
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