Porsche Cayenne diesel makes 240 hp, 406 lb.-ft. of torque.
A hot-seller in Europe where it accounts for 65%-70% of sales, a diesel-powered Porsche Cayenne will hit the U.S. market in September. The $55,750 model will boast the next-generation, more fuel-efficient version of the V-6 diesel already available in the U.S. in the VW Toureg and Audi Q7. Porsche says the revamped engine is mated to an 8-speed automatic geared with performance in mind, helping to differentiate it from the lower-priced Toureg. “We have a special setup for our ...
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