2022 Porsche Cayenne vs Cayenne Coupe Comparison in Columbus, OH

Once you've decided to treat yourself to a new Porsche Cayenne, you'll have the option of two different body styles. The entry-level 2022 Porsche Cayenne was first introduced back in 2003 and has continued to define the luxury compact SUV ever since. Recently, this iconic SUV has been packaged with even more sporty features to provide you with the option of a new Porsche Cayenne Coupe. Below, we put these two impressive Porsche SUVs side-by-side to show you what separates them and what they share. To get the best idea of how each model can improve your daily drive, come see us at Porsche Columbus.

2022 Porsche Cayenne vs Cayenne Coupe Exterior

Unmistakable Style With More Space

There's no mistaking a new Cayenne luxury SUV for anything less than a Porsche, but this iconic styling is just the beginning of what's waiting for you. Whether you choose the new 2022 Cayenne or Cayenne Coupe model, standard exterior features like LED headlights with four-point LED daytime running lights in each headlight, three-dimensional LED tail lights, and rear privacy glass help turn heads. Both models also come with an automatic rear hatch, rain-sensing wipers, and more. There are a few differences., however. The new Porsche Cayenne Coupe comes standard with an adaptive rear spoiler and twenty-inch alloy wheels, both of which are available upgrades for the new Porsche Cayenne. The other more noticeable difference between the two is the roofline, and that makes a difference when you look inside.

The interior of either model is every bit as luxurious and pleasant as you would expect from Porsche. However, the sleeker roofline of the Cayenne Coupe means you'll find an accommodating 22 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats and up to 54.3 cubic feet when you fold the rear seats down. Behind the rear seats of the new Porsche Cayenne, you'll get 27.2 cubic feet of space or fold the rear seats down to load up to 60.3 cubic feet of max cargo space.

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2022 Porsche Cayenne vs Cayenne Coupe Interior

Advanced Automotive Interfaces

You probably already know that today's in-car technology is vastly improved from even just a decade ago. The latest Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe are great examples of just what's possible from a world-class carmaker. The latest Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system is found in both models. This advanced vehicle interface provides for quick and easy smartphone integration along with a host of other apps and connectivity options. Voice control is also standard, and just wait until you hear the audio systems in these luxury SUVs. Both models come standard with a hi-fi sound system that boasts ten speakers and a total output of 150 watts. The included satellite radio trial subscription lets you listen to your favorite tunes without commercials. Come see us for a test drive to learn more about the new PCM system.

Porsche Raises The Standard For Performance SUVs

When Porsche engineers take on a project like an SUV, you can guarantee it will be one of the best-performing vehicles on the market. The new 2022 Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe demonstrate exactly this. Both models are equipped standard with Porsche Traction Management (PTM): active all-wheel drive, a turbocharged V6, and a towing capacity of 7,700 pounds. At the start of each lineup, these luxury SUVs from Porsche share the same drivetrain. However, the new Porsche Cayenne Coupe is slightly quicker from 0-60 MPH. It's also equipped standard with an active rear spoiler, which is an available upgrade on the new Porsche Cayenne. Ultimately, you'll find a remarkable level of performance behind the wheel of either model, so we recommend that you come visit us at Porsche Columbus to see which one feels best to you.

2022 Porsche Cayenne vs Cayenne Coupe Features

World-Renowned Safety

From duties as the family taxi to just heading to the store for last-minute dinner, your next new vehicle must be safe. Fortunately, we're looking at two impressive Porsche SUVs here, so you can count on world-class safety. Whether you choose the new 2022 Porsche Cayenne or the Cayenne Coupe, you'll be surrounded by some of the safest automotive engineering on the planet. Aside from an energy-absorbing structure, advanced airbag array, and a level of AWD traction control you'll only find behind the wheel of a Porsche, these luxury SUVs are also equipped with a host of advanced technology to help you avoid disaster in the first place.

Safety isn't something Porsche thinks should be an additional upgrade, which is why the new Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe are both equipped standard with advanced technology that, in certain situations, can detect obstacles and even help apply the brakes to reduce potential damage. Also standard in both models is ParkAssist front and rear, advanced cruise control, and more.

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2022 Porsche Cayenne vs Cayenne Coupe: Summary

Clearly, either of these elegant SUVs from Porsche would make a great addition to your household. You'll get a bit more space in the new Porsche Cayenne while the latest Cayenne Coupe presents a sportier look and feel. We invite you to come get a closer look at both models with us at Porsche Columbus where you'll find a dealership experience worthy of the Porsche pedigree.

Feature2022 Porsche Cayenne2022 Porsche Cayenne Coupe
Starting MSRP*$69,000$77,500
Max Horsepower335335
0-60 With Sport Chrono Package5.9 Seconds 5.7 Seconds
Top Track Speed152 MPH150 MPH
Max Available Ground Clearance9.6 Inches9.6 Inches
Rear Luggage Compartment Volume27.2 ft322 ft3
Max Luggage Compartment Volume60.3 ft354.3 ft3
Active All-Wheel DriveStandardStandard
Standard Wheels19"20"
Rear SpoilerIntegratedAdaptive

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Excludes options; taxes; title; registration; delivery, processing and handling fee; dealer charges. Dealer sets actual selling price.