No matter how much you may get used to them, some things will always seem strange. The California governor is an Austrian, body-building Kindergarten Cop. A small Starbucks coffee is called tall. Kim Kardashian is a celebrity. And then there''''s the 2010 Porsche Cayenne. We''''ll admit, a Porsche SUV still seems like a bizarre concept (what, no Ferrari minivan?), but after eight model years, continuous improvement and relatively substantial sales, the Cayenne has grown on us. Now in its final year before a complete redesign, Porsche''''s SUV maintains its sizable lineup of models that range widely in performance and price, from the V6-powered base to the 550-horsepower Turbo S. Whichever level of spiciness you choose, however, you''''ll be driving one of the sportiest crossovers on the market, that Porsche badge isn''''t simply for show. True, the Cayenne doesn''''t exactly handle like a sports car, but for those who venture into the hills for a weekend family vacation, few other crossover SUVs will exhibit the same composure on serpentine roads. *Internet special. Price reflects discount for cash buyers. Traditional and special financing is available for qualified buyers. Please contact us first for availability as our cars go fast at near wholesale prices. Prices are subject to change. Sales Tax, Title, License Fee, Registration Fee, Dealer Documentary Fee, Finance Charges, Emission Testing Fees and Compliance Fees are additional to the advertised price. All options and conditions of the vehicles must be verified with the dealer, any descriptions or options that are listed maybe incorrect due to automatic data transfer.
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