Porsche Cayenne SUV - Practicality & boot space
This Porsche Cayenne is now a more effective load-lugger than before, with plenty of space for a family
The Cayenne has always been by far the most practical Porsche and the latest model only polishes that reputation. It's also remarkably maneuverable in tight urban spaces, particularly when the optional rear-wheel-steering system is chosen.
Porsche Cayenne interior space & storage
Once you've stepped up (a Cayenne wouldn't look right with running boards), you'll find interior space more than adequate unless you're extremely tall. The sports seats – power-adjustable 18 ways in the Turbo – allow the driving position to be tailored to most tastes.
In the back, the rear seatbacks recline, too, and the bench can also be slid forwards and backwards to increase legroom or boot space, depending on your needs.
Cayenne boot space is impressive: even the Cayenne Turbo – with the smallest boot in the range – offers 741 litres of luggage capacity. This compares to the 650-litre boot of the BMW X5. That car does offer a seven-seat option, though – something the Cayenne lacks.