2010 Porsche Cayenne Values
Select a 2010 Porsche Cayenne trim level
2010 model year changes
Big news for the 2010 Porsche Cayenne line is the addition of a new gas/electric hybrid version as well as a limited edition S Transsyberia model. The hybrid is what Porsche calls a "full hybrid," which means it can run on either one of its two power sources independently or together, depending on driving needs. The gas engine is a direct-injected 3.0L Audi V6, which is joined by an electric drive and an 8-speed automatic transmission, and Porsche claims the combination delivers 385 horsepower and 25% better fuel economy than a regular V6-equipped Cayenne. The S Transsyberia model features unique exterior styling, available off-road lights, and four additional colors, as well as the 4.8L 405-horsepower engine from the GTS. The GTS sees the addition of new 21-inch wheels and Porsche's Air Suspension Management, which allows the driver to select between sport and comfort modes. The Turbo S also gets new 21-inch wheels and Air Suspension Management, as well as a new exterior color and several new interior styling options.
Seating comfort; ample cargo space; tremendous performance; nimble handling; new hybrid model
Special features for 2010
The 2010 Porsche Cayenne appeals to people who want a nimble, high-performance SUV that features the kind of driving experience expected of Porsche, combined with the ability to tow a trailer or take on rough terrain.
An AWD luxury sports SUV with seating for five, the 2010 Porsche Cayenne blends classic Porsche sports appeal with a capable off-road SUV. The base engine is a 290 hp 3.6L V6. There is a 4.8L V8 found in the S and GTS trims, 385 hp for the S while the GTS gets 405 hp. The all-new limited edition S Transsyberia model is equipped with the 405 hp 4.8L V8 found in the GTS but it also receives a special unique exterior color. At the top of the range are the 500 hp Turbo and 550 hp Turbo S which add a turbocharger to the 4.8L V8.