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The 2019 Porsche Cayenne offers Farmington Hills drivers a unique combination of dynamic styling, powerful performance, and premium luxury features. While the Cayenne and the 2019 BMW X5 both share a number of features, the Porsche has two powerful engine options, and provides better towing capacity if you’re planning on hauling a boat or camper out to Colwell Lake. Learn more in this Porsche Cayenne vs. BMW X5 comparison from Fred Lavery Porsche Company.
The BMW X5 comes with an auto start-stop function, electronic throttle control, and Driving Dynamics Control, while the Cayenne offers rear-axle steering, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), and a choice between two turbocharged engines. See which of these crossovers will provide the better performance on Rochester Hills streets:
The interior of both Cayenne and X5 are designed with premium materials throughout, and include features such as Apple CarPlay™ and an optional panoramic moonroof, but the Porsche adds some choice tech features as well:
Both of these luxury crossover SUVs come with a wide range of advanced safety and driver assist systems. However, the Cayenne includes systems that help to prevent collisions on the roads in and around Bloomfield Hills.
If you’re looking to upgrade your Birmingham commute with a luxury crossover that has all of the safety systems, tech features, and robust power you need, check out the Porsche Cayenne inventory here at Fred Lavery Porsche Company. Find out how much a Porsche costs, explore our new vehicle specials, and feel free to contact us to learn more about the Cayenne or any of the other dynamic models in the new Porsche lineup.
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