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Porsche Cayenne Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • lleecpalleecpa Posts: 35
    It was a great buying experience. Smooth with excellent services. I bought it from Pioneer Porsche in San Diego California. It's a fast car. Loving it.
  • rich545rich545 Posts: 386
    Not sure where in IL you're from, but I just traded in my '04 545 for an '04 Cayenne S at Napleton Porsche of Westmont on Ogden Ave.. They were great. The S has 25,000 and is certified so it's under warranty for 6/100,000. I didn't get as much for my 545 as I had hoped, but overall the deal was good, and the S is like new. They are a no pressure dealership, and they have a good used selection. There's a Bentley dealership down the road from them that has lots of low-mileage used Cayenne's at lower prices, but I don't trust them. I drove a 2004 S there and I know something was wrong with the car.
  • Greetings to all in the forum,

    I am looking for any information on what kind of discount I might expect on a 2006 Cayenne S for this month. I am in the Los Angeles area, but information regarding any deal, anywhere would be of help.

    ...AlexanderV2
  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,020
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  • teamyonexteamyonex Posts: 42
    '06 CayS. dark sea blue, 500 miles. Sticker=69,245. It has been sitting on the lot for a few months. What to offer??? Seattle, WA area. Help!
  • bornoborno Posts: 77
    at least 10K off for leftover 05's, 06 w/500 miles should still be 10K off for a good deal!
  • teamyonexteamyonex Posts: 42
    Didn't even come close to 10k off... that is what I offered. They took 3k off MSRP, added 1k to the trade-in, and game me an extra set of new wheels (AT Italia, 18", with new tires) which I guess I'd value at close to 3k, but probably more like 2k. It was like pulling teeth, or a cheap game of strip poker at the negotiating table. The next number we were going to discuss was my cell phone number. What's a guy to do? Have the car now, so water under the bridge.
  • bornoborno Posts: 77
    u didn't do to bad, but should have waited until last day of the month, and been willing to walk out. these cars really aren't moving to quickly. anyway congradulations...great car.
  • racer_65racer_65 Posts: 43
    You won't get 10K off unless it's a Demo. How much discount you get depends on the MSRP, which varies widely depending on the options on the car. Generally, you should be able to obtain 11% off, or get to around $1000-$1500 above invoice. You can check the dealer's inventory on line to find the car you want, and do your homework on Edmunds to find out how much the invoice is for the specific car.
  • chance6chance6 Posts: 13
    Well, I haven't been on here in a long time, I took the plunge last July ! Had the '04 Cay S for a little over a year. The thing has been mostly trouble-free. Only been into the shop 3 times, 2 for recalls and once for oil service. It's more reliable than any car I've ever had (Mopar, Chevy, VW, BMW).

    My only complaint is the radio...great sound but a little fussy as far as programming stations. Everything else is great. Could use another 50 hp but hey, I'm not complaining about 340 hp.
  • chance6chance6 Posts: 13
    Pricing seems all over the map based on www.porscheusa.com search engine, cars.com and autotrader.com, ranging from $49K (even at some dealers) to $56K. One dealer in Ohio told me that they just sole a demo model with around 5,600 miles for $47K (it was an S, but light on the options). >>

    Hey Rome,

    That demo you speak of was mine. Actually the price I paid was $45k, but I got it certified pre-owned so the total was around $47k. And I don't regret it!
  • bornoborno Posts: 77
    seems like good prices to be found on 04s, saw 04 turbo for $62K, but not certified, not porsche dealer. tempted, but want feedback, heard 04s had problems that were resolved in 05, not in a rush, so I'll wait til I find a certified 05 CS for a good price, maybe this winter. I'd like to pay around $45K well equiped.
  • bornoborno Posts: 77
    dealer lowered price to 59K, very tempted, but still concerned about 04, also not certified, although still under original warrantee. what does anyone think 04 v 05?
  • amatogamatog Posts: 2
    Do yourself a favor and fuggedabout it.
  • blckislandguyblckislandguy Posts: 1,150
    Is the Cayenne thing now hitting middle age? Apparently, discounting is now common, no longer are Cayennes fully 48% of all Porsche sales, there are newer alternatives that are very interesting (e.g., the Audi Q7), and there are now AWD versions of cars that many a Cayenne driver would buy (eg., a 5 Series BMW) in place of a SUV.

    Having said that, I love my '05 Cayenne, it is the best out there. Moreover, I like the whole Porsche experience (great dealership, Porsche of Nashua), and would now be interested in a 997 with AWD. I wonder how many other people have been are now moving up from a Cayenne?
  • bornoborno Posts: 77
    maybe you're right, but the Q& is to new with many problems. What do you think about the toureg? 06 has rear camera, ipod connect, hopefully larger roof?
  • blckislandguyblckislandguy Posts: 1,150
    Not sure what the question is. But I would strongly encourage you to avoid the Q7 for several reasons. The pricing at list or above is all wrong (paying above list is a fools game: look at all those lambs that lined up to pay more than list for such lemons as the first M Series MB SUV, the electrically challenged LR3, etc. who then got slaughtered on resale), the V6 isn't yet available, and the car is too problematic.

    IMHO you can't beat a Cayenne V6: same platform as Q7, by now well sorted out, good dealership back up, the money is right, lighter and less ponderous, etc.
  • kelfkelf Posts: 83
    Has anyone been able to get meaningfull discount from US MSRP by doing their Euro Delivery in Germany? How much? Where?
  • Hey guys,
    I'm trying not to make this a 'for sale' posting. I am moving overseas end of the year, hence I need to sell my 05 Cayenne S. I have advertised on the L.A. local sales web and Autotrader, and so far not much response. I'm not asking a crazy price and the car is in great shape. What are my options for selling? .. I'm loathe to start shopping dealers etc. ? Are there brokers that would be better at this? Any help appreciated.
    Regards,
    Steve
  • Can you point me to your autotrader ad? What are you asking? There seems to be a lot of these in SoCal at the moment. I've been looking at a used 06' for $52 asking price.
    Steve
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