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Old 02-13-2020, 12:24 PM
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Default 2005 Porsche Cayenne Turbo - $15k

2005 Cayenne Turbo with 90k miles, all-stock and in excellent condition. Classic silver exterior with black leather interior and black Alcantara highlights (headliner, pillars). Strong 450hp twin-turbo 4.5 liter V8 with automatic transmission. Very difficult to find a low-mileage first-gen Cayenne Turbo in this kind of condition.

Owned for the last 3 years (since 2017) by long-term PCA members in the Washington, DC area. Clean CarFax. I am the fourth owner.

All the usual power options plus parking sensors, tow hitch, heated memory seats, wood trim steering wheel, sunshades for rear windows, xenon headlights, universal garage door opener, rain-sensing wipers. Adjustable air suspension and differential locks are in excellent working condition.

Has an aftermarket Bluetooth device that replaces the stock CD changer; you can stream music and make calls through the stock navigation system. It hooks into the CAN bus and was installed with no cutting or wiring changes and can be easily removed if you want.

Usual maintenance completed - fluids and filters (all), spark plugs, coils, battery, engine torque mount, both rear hatch and rear window shocks, new MAFs, etc. Body overall in excellent condition. No known accidents. Stock 19" wheels with new Continental Extreme Contact DWS all-season tires. Interior is very clean; no rips or tears, everything looks very nice. Minimal bolster wear on driver's seat. Carpet and mats are in great condition.

These cars are generally pretty reliable but there are two things that every first-gen Cayenne owner must fix: replacing the plastic coolant pipes with metal, and replacing the driveshaft. Both are pretty much guaranteed to fail around 75k miles; this car has both of those issues fixed.

Wish I could keep this truck but garage space is running low and I already have another Cayenne. Clean title in hand. Freshly detailed and ready to go!

Definitely open to feedback on the price here, but at this point feel like it's pretty fair based on the excellent condition and recent service/repairs. After buying a few of these it has become apparent to me that all of the really cheap ones are usually in need of thousands of dollars in deferred maintenance or worse. This one is not. Please share your thoughts!
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