To me, the true Porsche owner knows that for electronics you go Japanese and for drivability you go German. In comparing my Lexus to my Macan, the Macan is hands down much more fun to drive. Each car entered the shop for warranty repairs only once during my 5 yrs of ownership, and my Lexus was just as expensive for routine maintenance as my Macan. What I love about the Lexus is that it drives you but what I love about the Macan is that you drive it. I disagree with the "toy car wannabe" description for the Macan. A small SUV is a great car to have in urban environments to navigate downtown streets and parking garages, as well as great on road trips to haul family and gear. And, the Macan and Cayenne have allowed Porsche to survive and be able to pour money into what they are best at-designing and building sport cars. I'm just trying to figure out if the Cayenne will be as fun to drive on the road as the Macan. The size and space is a definite plus, but will I enjoy the drive?