Porsche SUVs Discover the Porsche SUV range and compare new, used and leasing deals

As you might expect from a manufacturer with a reputation for high-performance cars, Porsche SUVs have more strings to their bow than just the practicality of high-riding cars. By extending the manufacturing of luxury sports cars to luxury SUVs, Porsche has given buyers the opportunity to have a car that is sporty and family friendly.

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Porsche SUV models: current range

There are just three Porsche SUV models in the brand’s line-up – Macan, Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe – all of which blend luxury, performance and practicality.

Porsche Macan

A practical, roomy SUV the Macan is also a Porsche, so it’s also quick and fun to drive. Recent interior updates including replacing the array of centre console buttons with a classier-looking touch-sensitive panel.

Porsche Cayenne

The Porsche Cayenne offers a range of powerful engines, keen handling and a spacious, luxurious cabin. The infotainment system has plenty of wow-factor  too, with a huge 12.3-inch widescreen touchscreen offering razor-sharp graphics and brilliant touch-response times.

Porsche Cayenne Coupe

The Porsche Cayenne Coupe is fantastic to drive, has a high-quality interior and a surprising amount of space and practicality. You have to really love the swoopy styling, though, because a standard Cayenne is cheaper and even more spacious.

Porsche SUVs FAQs

Porsche has an uneven record in reliability surveys, with one seeing the brand leap from second-worst to best in a few short year – which suggests that quality control, especially in new car technologies, is improving. All Porsche SUVs are made in the same factory in Stuttgart, so build-quality standards are constant across the range. In common with luxury car brands, the cost of repairs is high if you have a Porsche SUV, but the popularity of the cars means that spare parts are easier to source, bringing repair times down.
An all-electric Porsche Macan is on the cards for later this year, but until then, the nearest thing Porsche has to an EV SUV is the Taycan Cross Turismo. Yes, it’s a shooting brake-style estate, but it also has an adaptive air suspension system that can lift the ride height slightly, to get over bumps and potholes.
Currently, Porsche doesn’t make a seven-seat SUV. But if you can wait until 2027, the company has promised the launch of an all-electric SUV, codenamed K1, with seven seats. 
The Cayenne, at 4,930mm, is the biggest Porsche SUV. It only has five seats (they are comfortable seats) but it is still practical enough for family use, thanks to a boot capacity of up to 1,710 litres.
The smallest of the three Porsche SUV models is the Macan, prices for which start at around £55,000. The most expensive SUV in the range is the 550bhp V8 Cayenne Coupe Turbo, which starts at £132,655.
Unless you really need a large SUV, you really can’t go wrong with a Macan. Its blend of practicality, luxury and an on-road character that seems to defy the laws of physics, make it a good buy, especially on the used market.