USA Today Says Porsche Cayenne SUV #2 Selling Car in the US

Posted 1/20/20

These are good days to be a Porsche mechanic. Not everyone drives a Porsche, but nearly everyone wishes they did. They’re popular cars. In fact, the Porsche Cayenne SUV ranked number 2 in USA Today’s list of the best selling cars for 2019. And that means solid job security for our Porsche mechanics. There is no shortage of Porsches when it comes to brakes, brake flush service, radiator flush or other regularly scheduled performance maintenance.

Here’s what USA Today had to say about the Porsche Cayenne SUV:

“Gone are the days when skeptics questioned whether sports car maker Porsche should embrace SUVs.

“Look no further than the Cayenne. The crossover has vaulted past the Macan as the luxury automotive brand’s best seller for the first half of the year.

“Porsche completely redesigned the Cayenne for the 2019 model year, and it’s paying off. With critics lauding the vehicle’s handling, quality and what Edmunds called an ‘exquisite interior,’ the Cayenne is hitting the sweet spot for luxury SUV shoppers.”

Porsche: A Beautiful Car We Love to Repair

Our Porsche mechanics couldn’t agree more. We’re seeing more and more Porsches roll into our Cincinnati garage. Bring them in for brakes, radiator flushes, or a brake flush service. We love to work on them. There’s something special about these vehicles. Whether it’s a sporty roadster or a family friendly SUV, Porsches pack some seriously satisfying performance.

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Jaguars are beautiful cars, but like anything else on the road, they have their repair issues from time to time. What are some of the most common repair issues we see as Jaguar mechanics? Transmission failures tend to be most common, especially for the years 2000, 2001, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006, at an average mileage of 108,000. Coolant loss can be a problem as well. Jaguars often have a plastic coolant reservoir that has been known to leak. Sometimes the coolant gathers in the engine compartment or you lose it. That’s why we recommend periodic coolant reservoir inspections. Ignition coil failures tend to be common as well, especially for the years 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 at an average mileage of 108,000. Because the ignition coil issues tend to be so intermittent, they often fail to alert the Check Engine light.

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