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RE: RED CAYENNE 2005/11/05 16:58:27 (permalink)
how about a TechArt Magnum ??

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RE: RED CAYENNE 2005/11/05 20:24:54 (permalink)
now thats what im after 

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RE: RED CAYENNE 2005/11/06 09:01:45 (permalink)
that looks good

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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/07/31 20:02:08 (permalink)
Well Helen your dreams might just come true... although Larry will have to emigrate to the US..

http://autoreview.belproject.com/item/84

http://www.worldcarfans.com/news.cfm/newsID/2060615.002/pageview/photo/photo/1/page/1/lang/eng/country/gcf/porsche/porsche-cayenne-s-titanium-edition-announced-us-ca


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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/08/01 13:39:56 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Melv

IMNVHO, 4x4's look bl00dy awful in red. As do Jaguar saloons......

 
Any car looks awful in RED.
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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/08/02 09:52:51 (permalink)
But is it just a matter of time before we get the "Titanium" version over here?
 
At least Porsche cannot say they don't do red Cayennes anymore!
 
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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/08/02 10:41:01 (permalink)
The interesting thing about the Titanium special edition is that it's only available in US & Canada and I think is about $4000 less than the S. Plus it has these extra bits of titi stuff bolted on and comes in four special colours. Looks like clearing the way for 07 to me.

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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/08/02 18:38:31 (permalink)
Special edition is mostly down to new KN sales in freefall in the US  :(

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RE: RED CAYENNE 2006/08/07 22:50:09 (permalink)
Hi Helen, just browsing and note the TIPEC site has missed this interesting Red Cayenne debacle (and New Cayman, so thats what's in the box).
Just this evening as I drove up the A1 from Bedford to Lincs I was silently congratulating myself that all those dark Range Rover, Freelander and Discovery days and multiple warranty visits were behind me and that I had one of the best (and certainly the best I've owned) quality 4x4s around in my Cayenne S. 
I loved both my Range Rover TD6s but I just got fed up waiting for the next massive mechanical or electrical failure (they look really sad when the air suspension pump packs in as they kneel from the back with the nose in the air, happened twice plus steering jammed in the parked position,  warped overworked brake discs etc etc).   
As for BMW well Bangle did them no favours and just as I turned off the A1 tonight onto the twisty Casterton road I ended up with a 4.6 X5  in front of me (a bit of fun methinks) but as they pushed on after seeing me loom up from behind the X5s back end went all squirmy and they backed off. As I'm trying to get the magic 500 miles from this tankful of super (god its hot without the aircon) I was happy to just fill the X5s mirrors on this occasion.  
Why other Porsche owners have a problem with the Cayenne I do not know, live with one for a while and you see why they sell more than any other Porsche model, its pure quality in every department my Lab would agree (and I don't even have the Turbo nutter version).
 
Now Helen and Larry,  the red issue. I have had my Guards Red Boxster S for a few months now and stone chips and the gunk from insects eating into the solid paint (thats after zymol wax application aswell) is driving me mad. Alternatively the Lapis Blue on the Cayenne (bigger frontal area by far than the Boxster) is weathering very well both in stone chips and insect acid (same zymol) that lacquer coat does make a difference I'm sure.
Anyway your choice but hope you stay with the Cayenne, myself if I was buying a new one I'd be mightily dissapointed if I couldn't order a Cobolt Blue (Porsche's take on the BMW Estoril Blue which I had on my Audi allroad except that they called it Carribean Blue, now that did repel the stones and bugs well plus made it 10 MPH faster. Well it felt like it and I have the 3 points to prove it).
 
Oh! hell you could get a top end X5 with Estoril Blue for no extra charge (see you on the beemer site then).
 
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Re: RE: RED CAYENNE 2018/11/08 07:12:49 (permalink)
Watch it Melvin just bought a red one!

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Re: RE: RED CAYENNE 2018/11/08 10:45:40 (permalink)
Crikey, this could be one of the oldest thread resurrections in our forum history! 12 years and 3 months

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Re: RE: RED CAYENNE 2018/11/08 17:33:10 (permalink)
Did Helen buy a white one and have it resprayed ?
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