I also own a 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet. So stepping into an SUV like the Cayenne S with the family does not mean I have to give up the fun of driving a sports car. The handling is almost as tight as the Carrera. There is no lack of passing speed and the seats are some of the most comfortable I've seen in an SUV. The hardest decision is which one to take out when it is just the wife and I. The braking and safety features are second to none.
The overall handling. The security of the braking system and 10 air bags. Not to mention the great sound of the Bose audio system with it's 14 speakers.
Give it a little more head room and overall length. Also, add the ability to add jump seats to the rear to create seating for 7.
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