2010 Porsche Cayenne GTS

It is crazy to think that after all the years of sports car bliss that Porsche has provided us, some enthusiasts are also flocking to their platform shared mid-size SUV. Porsche is naturally going all in with the SUV embracing as it just announced the new Cayenne Turbo GT that does 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. Let me say that again. A Cayenne does 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. What?

Nonetheless, this is where we are at. Naturally the first generation Cayenne has it fans, but only for the range topping GTS and Turbo models despite all their potential for giant repair bills. This 20101 GTS up for sale in New Jersey has the ingredients with the can’t be missed Nordic Gold Metallic. Time to buy in? Or just another old SUV that will never stop draining you?

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Year: 2010
Model: Cayenne GTS
VIN: WP1AD2AP0ALA61332
Engine: 4.8 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 150,800 mi
Location: Saddle Brook, New Jersey
Price: $16,900 Buy It Now

Rare & Gorgeous 2010 Porsche Cayenne GTS SUV

Powerful 4.8L V8 Engine Pushing 405HP

Tiptronic S Automatic Transmission

Bose Premium Surround Sound
Navigation w/ Touch Screen Display
Alcantara Interior
Power & Heated Seats
SIM Card Slot / USB / iPod Aux
Power Rear Liftgate
Original Books & 2 Key Fobs

Very Well Maintained

MSRP: $89,900

Sadly no six-speed gearbox on this one, but an interesting spec nonetheless. This one does have a fair amount of miles on it and these are starting to have a history of common problem, although I don’t think they are doing to get much cheaper unless it is really a basket case. $17,000 seems like an okay deal and I am not balking at the price, however I think even at this price level you go for a pre-purchase inspection. I’m mostly concerned about the driveshaft carrier bearing and coolant pipes. Everything else is just typical used vehicle stuff, so as long as you go in with your eyes open you should be okay.

– Andrew

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2 Comments

  1. That is a stunning color! And thank god it’s tan inside and not a sea of depressing black. You’d think the dealer could at least replace the missing jack cover on the passenger side. Not like that jumps out at you or anything. LOL.

  2. When did the coolant pipes get replaced by aluminum at the factory? And was it ever replaced under warranty? I’m starting to look at these and all I know is “were the coolant pipes replaced?”

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