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2015 Porsche Macan Turbo

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Anyone who reads GCFSB knows that your managing editor isn’t too keen on SUVs. After being driven around in a Range Rover Sport yesterday morning, I was impressed. Not impressed as something to drive but rather to be driven in. Occasionally, an SUV will come along that forces me to take a second look, like the Porsche Macan. Based on the Audi Q5, this is Porsche’s smallest SUV. The top model is the one you see here, the Macan Turbo, with a 3.6 liter, turbocharged V6 pumping out 395 horsepower. Mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, this SUV can launch to 60 mph in well under 5 seconds. One curious side note about the Macan is that it is the first Porsche to be offered with a four cylinder engine since the 968, as a base Macan has been released for the UK and Japanese markets with a 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4.

Beyond the performance, the looks are rather handsome. The rear three-quarter view is especially attractive to me, with tail lights that could almost be described as an update of those which adorned the 928S4, GT and GTS. For me, this is a much more attractive looking machine than the oft-maligned four-door in the lineup, the Panamera.

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Year: 2015
Model: Macan Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter turbocharged V6
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic
Mileage: 5,083 mi
Price: $84,900 Buy It Now


A bit more of a background on this vehicle would be nice from the seller, even if the car is almost new. Knowing where it came from or how it was used for the beginning of its life would be nice when spending this much coin. As I stated earlier, the Macan’s styling really works for me. There are some bits I feel are a bit fussy, with a little bit too much detail in the front grille area and wheels that are just a bit too large and garish. Overall, it’s not a bad little SUV, if pricey. In a few years, these will certainly become an interesting used car alternative for a young, performance minded family.



  1. Fred
    Fred March 29, 2015

    I need a man. Trans. I get the new automatic trans shift better…I still like to part of the experince.
    I’m in the in the minority and I’m a dinosaur for wanting it.

  2. John
    John March 29, 2015

    Pricey indeed with the options I would like. But if I lived in the right “income bracket” I could see this as being the ultimate performance SUV. Give me the optional torque vectoring too!

  3. Brad
    Brad March 29, 2015

    I think I see Porsche logos inside those wheels, but nevertheless, they have the extremely common aesthetic — the clearance section.

  4. MDriver
    MDriver March 29, 2015

    wait 3/4 years tops..and you will pick up a low mileage/off lease Macan for a significant discount…
    they are the hot ticket around my neck of the woods now…
    I’m not particularly fond of these and their GLK, Evoque competitors.if I am going to get an SUV it would be a Cayenne GTS

  5. Jeff
    Jeff March 29, 2015

    This Porsche is kinda tame compared to some of the sellers other offerings.

  6. audemars
    audemars March 29, 2015

    Macan….. just another future value cheap Porsche that can be disposed off, and recycled…. nothing special…..

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