The facelifted Porsche Cayenne, launched a little under a month ago by Sime Darby Auto Performance (SDAP) at their Sungai Besi flagship centre, has just received its official pricing. Do note that the prices stated here are with GST, but excludes road tax, insurance and registration fee. Duties and taxes on the other hand, comes included.

Let’s start with the base model Cayenne. The 3.6-litre naturally aspirated SUV has an asking price of RM640,000 without ticking any option boxes. Also priced from RM640,000 is the Cayenne Diesel, one with the 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel.

Porsche Cayenne GTS (1)

Name Cayenne Cayenne Diesel Cayenne S Cayenne S Diesel Cayenne S E-Hybrid Cayenne GTS
Engine 3.6L V6 3.0L V6 turbo 3.6L bi-turbo V6 4.2L V8 turbo  3.0L V6 3.6L V6
Transmission 8-speed Tiptronic S 8-speed Tiptronic S 8-speed Tiptronic S 8-speed Tiptronic S 8-speed Tiptronic S 8-speed Tiptronic S
Max Power 300 hp @ 6,300 rpm 245 hp @ 3,800 – 4,400 rpm 420 hp @ 6,000 rpm 385 hp @ 3,750 rpm 416 hp @ 5,500 rpm 440 hp @ 6,000 rpm
Max Torque 400 Nm @ 3,000 rpm 550 Nm @ 1,750 – 2,750 rpm 550 Nm @ 1,350 – 4,500 rpm 850 Nm @ 2,000 – 2,750 rpm 590 Nm @ 1,250 – 4,000 rpm 600 Nm @ 1,600 – 5,000 rpm
0 – 100 km/h 7.7 seconds 7.3 seconds 5.5 seconds 5.4 seconds 5.9 seconds 5.2 seconds
Top Speed 230 km/h 221 km/h 259 km/h 252 km/h 243 km/h 262 km/h
Price (with GST only) RM640,000 RM640,000 RM760,000 RM780,000 RM770,000 RM900,000

Moving on, base price for the Cayenne S and Cayenne S Diesel are RM760,000 and RM780,000, whereas the Cayenne S E-Hybrid is sandwiched in between at RM770,000. If you’re power hungry, the GTS trim starts from RM900,000 base, whereas the Turbo will set you back at RM1,150,000.

Porsche Cayenne (8)

All new Cayenne and other Porsche models come with a 4-year warranty and 4-year complimentary service maintenance package. Again, the prices here excludes registration fee, road tax and insurance.


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