If you’re looking for a special Porsche, you’re probably thinking that you have to choose between that and a family car — since rare, desirable Porsche models are usually so expensive. But here’s proof otherwise: this 2011 Porsche Cayenne is an exceptionally rare manual-equipped model, and it’s offered for under $20,000. And, being a Cayenne, it’s family friendly.
We’ll start with the basics: yes, there’s a manual Cayenne. Porsche offered the first-generation Cayenne with a manual transmission in V6 and V8-powered GTS guise, while the second-gen model (like this one) was only available with a stick shift as a V6. But that doesn’t mean it’s not cool: this is one of the rarest Porsche models of the 2010s, as the company only built about a dozen each month for sale in North America.
The 2011 model year was the first year for the second-generation Cayenne, and these Cayenne models have lost a lot of value since they first came out. This one has traveled around 90,000 miles, and it’s currently listed for just $19,991 — a huge drop compared to an original sticker price that likely approached $60,000.
Of course, a manual Cayenne isn’t as rare as something like a GT3RS, but it’s still a unique, special Porsche, sure to get you approving looks at Porsche events. This particular one is offered by I-Drive Motors in Cleveland, and it’s finished in black with a tan leather interior. Find a Porsche Cayenne for sale
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