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2015 Porsche Cayenne Facelift Prices Revealed: From RM640k to RM1.15mil

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Chris Aaron June 25, 2015 12:29

Revealed earlier this year in conjunction with its brand-new Porsche Centre Sungai Besi. Sime Darby Auto Performance has just confirmed prices for its 2015 Cayenne facelift.

Then, a total of seven Porsche Cayenne variants were introduced to Malaysian, including the Cayenne S E-Hybrid and sporty GTS model, and also debuted its 3.6-litre V6 engines but no prices were shared because as we understood at the time, SDAP wanted to take the opportunity at its new showroom opening to show off the new car.

Here’s a quick look at the full list of prices, including all duties, but excluding registration, road tax and insurance fees.

  • Cayenne V6 starts from RM 640,000
  • Cayenne Diesel starts from RM 640,000
  • Cayenne S starts from RM 760,000
  • Cayenne S Hybrid starts from RM 770,000
  • Cayenne S Diesel starts from RM 780,000
  • Cayenne GTS starts from RM 900,000
  • Cayenne Turbo starts from RM 1,150,000

Courtesy of the facelift, the Cayenne range now features Porsche’s latest design touches: take note of the four-point LED daytime running lights in the headlamps, and slimmer rear taillights because they’re probably the easiest items to help you identify a new Cayenne from the outgoing model.

Each variant packs unique styling options too, like how you’ll find the GTS version lowered with a Porsche Active Suspension Management system, red brake calipers and GTS lettering all around, while the Cayenne S E-Hybrid features bright green brake calipers, and the same colour used to embellish the “Cayenne S” lettering around the back.

Optional kit are aplenty with all Cayennes, but standard included to the prices listed are a four-year factory warranty and a four-year complimentary service maintenance package.

For more details on the refreshed Porsche Cayenne in Malaysia, check out our initial coverage below:

2015 Porsche Cayenne Facelilft Debuts In Malaysia, Hot GTS Included!

About Chris Aaron

Chris finds equal pleasures in reviewing fast cars as much as the everyday workhorses. He maintains a passion for European makes, Formula 1, playing the electric guitar and spending endless hours on the PlayStation; first-person shooters and the Gran Turismo franchise remain favourites. He also finds it strange to have written this in the third person.

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