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One Car To Rule Them All: The 2024 Porsche Cayenne

Posted 10/2/23

When it comes to a Porsche, you always know that you are going to get great quality. The cars are carefully engineered, beautiful, and a ton of fun to drive. But when you have an active family and minimal space for multiple cars, it can...

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A 2019 Porsche Cayenne: 2 Years and 40,000 Miles Later

Posted 4/4/22

When shopping for a new car the heart wants what it wants, but sometimes your bank account has other feelings. So as much as you may want a brand new Porsche Cayenne, you may have to ask yourself some tough questions. Will it be reliable?...

It May Not Be Sporty, but BMW’s Latest 650i Performs

Posted 2/19/17

How does the 2016 BMW 650i handle on the road? Forbes has a nice review that details BMW’s latest endeavor down to the nitty gritty. For starters, don’t expect an all and out race car. This car is built for comfort, though maybe not for...

How to Get the Most from Your Porsche Scheduled Maintenance

Porsches are beautiful cars, but following the scheduled maintenance plan will not only keep your Porsche running in prime condition, it will minimize costs and lengthen its lifespan. Remember that owner’s manual gathering dust in your glove compartment? While most of it you can safely ignore, the scheduled maintenance chapter should be required reading. And don’t just take the dealership’s word for it. These guys are more salesmen than mechanics. They’ll suggest repairs at mile intervals that only make sense from the point of view of their cash register. Follow what’s in the manual, or talk to a mechanic you can trust.

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