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Old 20th June 2008, 09:10   #211
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i think they are 18" , early cayennes had 18" wheels , the later turbo's had 20" ones however the latest GTS version has 21" wheels .
I assure you those aren't 18s! Look at their profile and compare that with the overall size of the Cayenne. It's a large car!
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I assure you those aren't 18s! Look at their profile and compare that with the overall size of the Cayenne. It's a large car!
those are 20" cayenne sporttechno wheels.
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Old 20th June 2008, 09:41   #213
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Im sure those aren't 20".They musy be 18.Look at the size of the wheel including the tyre!Its pretty small.20" will look more like the size of the rims on the previously posted modded cayenne(grey).
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Im sure those aren't 20".They musy be 18.Look at the size of the wheel including the tyre!Its pretty small.20" will look more like the size of the rims on the previously posted modded cayenne(grey).
maybe the tyre is small ok? look at the porsche site. those are 20s. im sure they dont make the same rims in 18 and 20".
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Im sure those aren't 20".They musy be 18.Look at the size of the wheel including the tyre!Its pretty small.20" will look more like the size of the rims on the previously posted modded cayenne(grey).
wanna bet?? those are definately 20 inch sport technos...
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wanna bet?? those are definately 20 inch sport technos...
the stock cayenne comes wid 19's
and this does look smaller , way smaller !!!
or probably those are 19's wid the low pro !!
but sure as hell those aint 20's !!

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guys that is the Sport Techno with the optional paint finish, the sport techno's are made only in 20" , unless someone can show sport techno's in smaller size, lets move on shall we.
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ok , they maybe 20's but they look awfully small , 20's on a Q7 look great .
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the stock cayenne comes wid 19's
and this does look smaller , way smaller !!!
or probably those are 19's wid the low pro !!
but sure as hell those aint 20's !!

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DUDE please dont speak unless you're 100% sure of something...
cayenne stocks are 17"
turbo stocks are 18"
19" 20" and 21" are optional...
and if you stll dont agree visit the porsche website...
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Spotted this at Juhu....
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Old 3rd August 2008, 12:05   #221
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Big daddy's somewhat correct...
v6 - 17inch,
S & Turbo - 18 inch,
GTS - 21inch.
But the best part is any car can be configured for a bigger wheel at a difference cost.
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Anyone has some idea about the Porsche services or showroom in Bangalore city ? I have googled but could not find any. With these many Cayennes and other Prosches on road, where do these people get their services done ?
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We have a workshop in Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi as of now.
but we can send our service engineers to various locations wherever there is a service requirement, even if it is assam for that matter.
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Anyone has some idea about the Porsche services or showroom in Bangalore city ? I have googled but could not find any. With these many Cayennes and other Prosches on road, where do these people get their services done ?
The Dakshin Honda folks are supposed to have the franchise and are setting up something in North Bangalore, so I was told!
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Every month, Porsche India decides on a particular date for a city (without a service centre) and books up an independent garage which has the regular tools and infrastructure.
This is intimated to the customers in the region in advance. And on the day of the service, Porsche service advisors and mechs fly in from the Indian HQ and get things done.

In chennai, A friend of mine who owns a multi brand garage rents out his place to Porsche .
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