I honestly never liked Porsche until about two years ago. I never understood what the hype was all about, until I got to drive one for myself. Let me tell you, as soon as you get behind the wheel, you’re going to fall in love. Porsche isn’t just a name brand, it’s synonymous with an unparalleled driving experience, attention to detail, mind blowing craftsmanship, and boy do they sound amazing when you hit the gas too!
You can be a girl and appreciate all these things too you know. So which Porsche is the best one for you? We’re going to take a look at the ones on the market today. And if you don’t quite have the funds to buy one brand new, don’t worry. Porsches are not as unaffordable as you think though. We’re going to take a look at the best ones you can buy, no matter your budget, and whether or not buying used is a good deal!
I am so obsessed with my Cayenne it is unreal. If you need an SUV that drives like a sports car, the Cayenne is for you. This thing weighs weighs and tows a ton, but is incredibly light on its feet…or should I say wheels. Having to drive in and out of Midtown Manhattan is no easy feat, let alone in an SUV, yet my Cayenne makes it so easy to navigate terrible drivers, people that slam on their breaks, potholes, and anything else Manhattan feels like throwing at me. The greatest thing about the Cayenne is it comes in several versions: the S, GTS, and Turbo. If you have a need for speed and not just the basics, you can upgrade to one of those versions.
The Cayenne is also insanely roomy. If you have kids, it’s a great choice. If you have dogs you need to stick in the backseat, or if you’re crazy about Costco like I am and find yourself leaving the checkout line with half the store, this is the SUV for you. You can seriously pack this baby out and still have enough legroom for yourself and all your passengers.
So let’s talk affordability. If you buy one brand new, the base price is $60,000. Not bad! If you want to buy one only a few years old, they are as low as $30,000, which puts them in the same affordability range as a Honda Pilot, Mazda CX-9, and Dodge Durango. If you’re going for one of the earliest Cayennes Porsche came out with, in the early 2000s, those babies are under $10,000. See? Much more affordable than everyone thinks. Also worth noting, the Cayenne is one of Porsche’s top two selling vehicles.