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varsity
12-04-2003, 11:42 PM
Consider that you were buying a daily driver, as well as something that would have to slog through mud, standing water, sand, etc. on a regular basis. So off-road ability is a huge factor. The G has three locking diffs.

And because it's a daily driver for someone with an appetite for speed, power is a huge factor. The Cayenne's power is unmatched.

Both are between $90-100k, so price isn't really a factor.

For the person who will drive it everyday, take it seriously off-road at least once a week, and likes something with lots of power for interstate cruising, which would you recommend?<br>

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CaliAgents88
12-05-2003, 04:54 AM
SUV's off-road-ability, but I have some other opinions I'd like to point out.

My dad has a G500 as a daily driver (he's also thinking about upgrading to a G55) and loves it. It turns more heads than a flashy red sports car, and rivals exotics for gawk factor. Build quality feels very rugged and solid, especially with the heavy doors. Interior quality is pretty good, nothing spectacular. I like the ride as well as the steering feel.

My friend's dad has a Cayenne Turbo as a daily driver. It was new, so my friend didn't punch it. 13.5 1/4 mile in an SUV is pretty crazy. Build quality and interior design is pretty disappointing. The handles by the center console look cheesy and seem to be useless from what I can tell. Also, the VW Toureg looks a lot better than the Cayenne IMO.

Performance wise, the Cayenne definitely will tear up the G55, but the G55 looks so much more rugged like a military vehicle or H1 Himmer. I'd take the G55 as a daily driver.
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Steve R 95 740i 119k mi
12-07-2003, 12:42 AM
You just gotta love that retro rugged look. The Cayenne looks like a poseur car to me, and the back seat room is terribly small - and this comes from a 911 owner!

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andybmw325is
12-22-2003, 02:49 AM

andybmw325is
12-31-2003, 03:22 AM
It is a no-brainer; the obvious choice is the E55 AMG Wagon.

yrabin
01-12-2004, 11:12 PM
As a Cayenne TT owner I beg to differ on your assertion that the rear seat is small - it simply isn't true.

Jon
04-15-2004, 02:27 PM
I could pretty much run over anything in one of those. They make Hummers look weak.

MBowenCT
04-28-2004, 08:09 PM
Wrong, I too have a Cayenne...........the backseat is embarrassingly small. My son's WRX wagon has more leg room.

CaliAgents88
05-10-2004, 03:56 PM
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