A new 10 Years Edition package is available commemorating a decade of the Panamera. See the 2020 Porsche Panamera models for sale near you
When it comes to any Porsche, make sure to sample as many models, engines and performance option combinations as possible. It may take longer at the dealer, but you'll know you're getting the right version for you. Otherwise, it's hard to imagine being unhappy with any of these cars, as even the base car offers compelling performance and has the same standard and optional feature content as the pricier 4S. Find a Porsche Panamera for sale
The 2020 Porsche Panamera is available in three body styles: a standard-wheelbase hatchback, a wagon based on the standard wheelbase (known as the Sport Turismo) and an extended-wheelbase hatchback called the Executive. The standard and Executive body styles seat four, while the Sport Turismo has seating for five. The Executive trims add more rear legroom, rear-wheel steering, an adaptive air suspension, soft-close doors, heated rear seats and an enhanced rear-center console.
There are also varying models based on engine, and any time you see the number 4 in the name of a Porsche, that means it has AWD.
The standard Panamera ($87,200) and AWD Panamera 4 ($91,800 standard; $98,000 Sport Turismo; $98,500 Executive) come standard with an adaptive suspension (PASM), a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated 8-way power front seats, partial leather upholstery, the PCM touchscreen interface, Connect Plus (remote vehicle services, onboard internet, vehicle tracking), Apple CarPlay, three USB ports and a 10-speaker sound system.
The Panamera 4S ($105,000 standard; $111,200 Sport Turismo; $1116,300 Executive) adds a more powerful engine and different 19-in wheels.
The Panamera GTS ($129,300 standard; $135,500 Sport Turismo) is a more driver-oriented version of the Panamera that splits the difference between the 4S and the Turbo models. This is the entry-level V8 model which on top of the engine upgrade adds a sport exhaust, adaptive headlights, better brakes, and 20-inch wheels.
The Panamera 4 E-Hybrid ($103,800 standard; $107,800 Sport Turismo; $108,300 Executive) models have a plug-in hybrid powertrain, while the Turbo S E-Hybrid adds a more performance-oriented plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The Turbo ($153,000 standard; $157,000 Sport Turismo; $163,400 Executive) and Turbo S E-Hybrid ($187,700 standard; $191,700 Sport Turismo; $198,100 Executive) trims add a more powerful engine, air suspension, adaptive LED headlights, keyless entry and start, 10-way power front seats, driver memory functions, a full leather interior, heated rear seats, a power-adjustable steering wheel, an Alcantara headliner and a 14-speaker Bose Surround Sound audio system. The Turbo Executive combines what you see above with 4-zone climate control.
A new 10 Years Edition is available to add to the base Panamera ($16,100), the Panamera 4 ($15,700), and the E-Hybrid ($13,100). This special edition adds an appearance package with "Panamera10" badging inside and out and special 21-in wheels in satin-gloss White Gold Metallic, air suspension with PASM and LED matrix headlights.
Apart from the engines, you can get any of the above equipment as options on any lower model.
The options list from there on is extensive, ranging from conventional items to customization features. Highlights include ceramic composite brakes, blind spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control (which includes forward-collision warning), an enhanced adaptive cruise control system with semi-autonomous functionality, a surround-view camera, night-vision assistance, 14-way adaptive seats, 8-way power rear seats, seat ventilation, massaging seats, a heated steering wheel, power rear sunshades, a rear-seat entertainment system and a 21-speaker Burmester premium audio system.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||12 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Maintenance||1 Years/10,000 Miles|
2020 Mercedes-Benz CLS -- The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class got a much-needed update in 2019 with a full redesign. This "4-door coupe" offers a supple ride, a lavish interior and tech that we think is more user-friendly than what the Panamera offers. The CLS-Class is more affordable than the Panamera, but if you have a 6-figure budget and a craving for supercarlike performance, consider upgrading to the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-door Coupe.
2020 Audi A7, S7 or RS 7 -- This trio is close to the Panamera in concept, and in its range-topping RS 7 guise, it's one of the few cars that can keep up with (and maybe even beat) the Panamera Turbo.
2020 Tesla Model S -- Even if you're not considering the E-Hybrid models, the flagship Tesla offers space and performance comparable to that of any Panamera. Yes, Tesla's electric powertrains offer great appeal, but its reliability, build quality, and dealer network pale in comparison to Porsche's.
Used Porsche Panamera -- We know Porsche pricing can get eye-watering, so consider a used model from 2017 or newer if you want a second-generation Panamera at a discount. Porsche has one of the best certified pre-owned programs in the business, which makes CPO models worth serious consideration.