Lowest suspension setting Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Lowest suspension setting Porsche Cayenne Turbo

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Mattius3698

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6 posts

2 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Hi, can anyone please help me. I’m looking at purchasing a 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo but I really need to know what height the boot is when it’s on it’s lowest suspension setting so I can get my dog into the back without lifting him. Many thanks Matt

Taylor James

2,502 posts

21 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Mattius3698 said:
Hi, can anyone please help me. I’m looking at purchasing a 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo but I really need to know what height the boot is when it’s on it’s lowest suspension setting so I can get my dog into the back without lifting him. Many thanks Matt
How tall is the dog?

Dr Interceptor

5,996 posts

156 months

Tuesday 13th October
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714mm is a figure I can find, but it doesn't state what suspension setting that is in.

mackie1

7,958 posts

193 months

Tuesday 13th October
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It’s the kind of thing carwow cover in their reviews so probably worth a search on YouTube.

Mattius3698

Original Poster:

6 posts

2 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Taylor James said:
How tall is the dog?
He’s a Great Dane but I currently have a Volvo V70 so was hoping it would drop around that level!?

Mattius3698

Original Poster:

6 posts

2 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Dr Interceptor said:
714mm is a figure I can find, but it doesn't state what suspension setting that is in.
Ok that’s great thanks

Mattius3698

Original Poster:

6 posts

2 months

Tuesday 13th October
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mackie1 said:
It’s the kind of thing carwow cover in their reviews so probably worth a search on YouTube.
Ok great thanks I’ll take a look

braddo

7,251 posts

148 months

Wednesday 14th October
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On my 2008, the lowest setting on the air suspension is a loading setting. I had a look today and it puts the top of the bumper down to around 600mm. The boot floor is around 2cm higher than that.

IPK

284 posts

117 months

Wednesday 14th October
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Mattius3698 said:
Hi, can anyone please help me. I’m looking at purchasing a 2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo but I really need to know what height the boot is when it’s on it’s lowest suspension setting so I can get my dog into the back without lifting him. Many thanks Matt
Dog ramp?

Mattius3698

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6 posts

2 months

Sunday 18th October
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braddo said:
On my 2008, the lowest setting on the air suspension is a loading setting. I had a look today and it puts the top of the bumper down to around 600mm. The boot floor is around 2cm higher than that.
That’s great thank you so much! That’s only slightly higher than my current car so I’m now going to view one