Back in 2004 the suburban warriors and middle aged house wives (and house husbands) who jumped on the opportunity to buy the base model of Porsche’s first SUV were probably not familiar with the term VR6. But if you tell a proper car guy, he’s gonna say, Jetta or Golf? Because the VR6 is synonymous with Volkswagen and those Porsche jacket wearing folks didn’t know they’d just purchased something that shared an engine with a Golf. But the jokes on Porsche because the little VR6 is cheaper and easier to maintain over some complicated twin-turbo Porsche and I’d rather fix this thing on the side of the trail than something with a boosted V8. Find this 2004 Porsche Cayenne offered for $18000 in Colorado Springs, CO via eBay.
Where is the hemorrhaging wallet badge when you need it? This next car bled its previous owner in the past 10k miles something of an extraordinary amount of green. Turbo S front control arms $$k, Front Differential replaced due to slight grinding noise, $$k Rear differential and transfer case fluid flush, Transmission flush with new gasket and […]
The purists were just taking off their party hats in celebration of the demise of the 928, when Porsche announced the release of yet another bloated water-cooled front engined car with the Stuttgart crest. But this was no ordinary heresy, this was a full-on schism — a Porsche SUV. Riots in climate controlled garages and […]