Touareg vs Cayenne, aka duh?
pcole at mn.rr.com
Thu Dec 25 12:07:58 EST 2003
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 19:07:02 -0500, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>At 4:07 PM -0500 12/23/03, Brady Moffatt wrote:
>>Why do I feel that this whole Cayenne deal will become a huge exercise in
>>damage control once the new model shine has worn off?
In fact PCNA has taken the unprecedented step of OFFICIALLY asking the
Porsche Club of North America to "Welcome" the new Cayenne owners
into the group.
Seeing how the "old line" 356/911 kooks rejected the wasser cars (924,928,944 etc)
and had also shunned the 914 folks before- it's not a suprise move.
I think Porsche has made a huge mistake- but the cars are selling at the rates
(or better) than expected. Suprising since they were SO late into that market.
Still the Porsche name holds sway with many of the folks that can afford
cars in that market.
When/if VW puts that V10 TDItt motor in an american car the Cayenne Turbo will
be "King of the Hill" in many LSUV folk's minds.
Paul R. Cole:
'91 Quattro Coupe - (spare)Daily Driver @ 262k mi.
'91 200 TQ 20v- New Daily driver @231k.
'84 Coupe (358k SAR), '84 Coupe (SAR) , 85 Coupe parts car
'89 200TQ (WIP- SAR engine & things) New track toy
'80 924Turbo ( built to Carrera GTR specs)
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