2010 porsche cayenne gts review




2010 porsche cayenne gts review

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    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    There is a voice command component to the phone system, but it is basic, only letting you dial by number. Boot space is limited. Nice truck that demands attention. Fantastic handling, sounds beautifully, powerful but not as fast as the turbo model, but handles much better.

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    Porsche Cayenne - User Reviews - CarGurus

    The Good With a new cabin electronics suite, the Porsche Cayenne GTS integrates traffic data with its hard-drive-based navigation system and offers a good iPod interface. Although an SUV, it handles like a sports car. The placement of the car's LCD is too low, leading to eyes-off-the-road distraction. New cabin tech options make it more livable for everyday driving.

    And we're not talking about some fat housecat that falls off the arm of the couch, then looks around like that was exactly what it meant to do.

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    No, the Cayenne has the moves of a feral beast racing through the underbrush. Put the Cayenne into sharp corners and it darts around like a sports car. The GTS sits lower than the standard Cayenne, and engine tuning gives it more horsepower.

    Intended for asphalt; its locking differential won't see much use. A new generation of cabin tech Previous Porsches we've tested wowed us in all but the cabin tech, but Porsche released a new generation of the Porsche Communication Manager PCM for its vehicles. The PCM combines navigation, stereo, and phone system, and this latest version gets a touch screen and a 40GB hard drive.

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    The navigation system's maps aren't particularly stunning, using a washed-out color scheme that makes it difficult to distinguish streets. But the resolution is good, with street names showing clearly, with no jaggy edges. Using the touch screen, you can drag the map around, the fast response of the hard drive allowing for easy movement. This system also incorporates traffic information, showing incidents and flow information on the map and letting you view a list of nearby incidents.

    Under route guidance it will dynamically find detours around bad traffic. On one trip, with our San Francisco headquarters programmed in as the destination, it recalculated the route three different times because of traffic information it received.

    The touch screen makes destination entry easy, and the system has all the usual features, such as a points-of-interest database. It also uses text to speech in its voice prompts, reading out street names. We were amused when it pronounced highway as "one hundred and one. But as the maps are not graphically intense, and don't show 3D-rendered buildings, we expect that much of the space on the 40GB hard drive goes to waste.

    2010 porsche cayenne gts review

    And you can't fill it up with music, either, as the Cayenne GTS doesn't rip CDs, as many other cars with in-dash hard drives do. The last three come with the optional Universal Audio Interface, a set of ports in the console.

    The iPod interface uses a proprietary cable, although you can plug older iPods directly into the USB port. An alphabetical index makes it easy to scroll through thousands of artists on an iPod. As a clever means of letting you easily find albums and artists from the thousands that an iPod can hold, the PCM offers an alphabetical search capability. Initially, the PCM presents album and artists lists all at once, with a simple scroll bar down the side.

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