Porsche holding complimentary service clinics for Cayenne SUV

Article by Christian Andrei, on February 2, 2011

To celebrate the Porsche Cayenne’s popularity, Porsche Automobil Holding SE will conduct complimentary service clinics across the country on March 5, 2011 to ensure that the Cayenne’s superior performance continues to delight its drivers both on and off the road. The Cayenne, first launched in 2003, has since become the most successful Porsche in terms of worldwide sales.

Cayenne Clinics will give customers advice and information to ensure that the safety, reliability, and performance levels of their cars are maintained.

The national Porsche Cayenne Service Clinic gives owners a complimentary inspection of their car and the opportunity to accompany the technician in the state of the art workshop at their local Porsche Centre.

Each customer attending the Cayenne Clinic will automatically be entered into a prize draw, within their Service Centre, to win a bespoke “all-wheel drive day,” featuring the Panamera 4, the 911 Carrera 4 and Cayenne, at the Porsche Experience Centre, Silverstone.

A driving day is held at all 32 participating Porsche Centres nationwide, so each eligible customer has a great chance of winning.

The Cayenne Service Clinic comes after the highly successful 911 Service Clinic held in October 2010, during which over 500 Porsche 911s were inspected in Porsche Centres across the country over the course of the day, giving owners a chance to learn about the more intricate nature of their cars.

The new Porsche Cayenne never fails to impress. Now more dynamic and more fuel efficient as well as roomier and lighter, the new Porsche Cayenne features a number of technological advances.

It is still a product of the sports car maker’s development principle -- Porsche Intelligent Performance – thereby allowing the Cayenne to offer more power while consuming less fuel and emitting less carbon dioxide.

In fact, three of five Cayenne consumes less than 10 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers according to the New European Driving Cycle. Likewise, two models -- the Cayenne Diesel (at 195 g/km) and the Cayenne S Hybrid (193 g/km) emit less than 200 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer.

The range is led by the Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid, and all new Cayenne models consume up to 23 percent less fuel than their predecessors. This is thanks to Porsche’s decision to bless the Cayenne with a number of new technologies, including the new eight-speed Tiptronic S automatic transmission.

This gearbox is complemented by an Auto Start Stop system and a wider range of gear increments. Moreover, Cayenne’s lower fuel consumption is also thanks to thermal management on the engine and transmission cooling circuit as well recuperation of the on-board network and variable overrun cut-off. The new Cayenne models are now also lighter thanks to intelligent lightweight construction.

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