|Reviewed By||Jim Pickering|
|Price as Tested||$51,650|
Comfortable interior will suit four adults on longer drives; seating position gives good visibility front and rear. Direct-injected 3.6-liter V6 produces 290 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque. Excellent Porsche-standard build quality throughout.
Feels (and at 4,700 lbs, is) heavy, and at 14 mpg in the city, you may as well get the V8. Bland 17-inch wheels look more at home on a Chrysler. Steering wheel stereo controls slow to respond. Stripped-down model has no navigation or heated seats.
Well done but unremarkable among its competitors. Image isn’t everything, and this kind of money buys a lot more SUV elsewhere in this segment. If you have to have a Porsche SUV, pay up for the S or GTS.
|Fun to Drive|
|Fun to Look at|
|Torque||273 lb ft|
|Zero to Sixty Time||7.5 s|
|Top Speed||141 mph|
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