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easy question, what mileage do you get from your cayanne.

Model....
Driving style...
L/100kms or Miles/gallon.....
average speed....
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example

Model.... 2009 turbo with exhaust & tune
Driving style... city
L/100kms or Miles/gallon..... 18l/100kms
average speed.... 28km/h

especially interested if you tow a boat or caravan
 

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Model.... 2007 Cayenne 3.6 Liter
Driving style... City/Highway
L/100kms or Miles/gallon..... 14 MPG City, 20 MPG Highway
average speed.... 120 KM/H

I do have a heavy foot, which explain why i get the MPG's i do. The Cayenne is just way too fun!!
 

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2008 cayenne turbo -- 16ish city/hwy combo with a little sport mode here and there. Actually was getting almost 18 on highway cruise control driving. Quite amazing to me.
 

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mileage on cayenne turbo 2012 with power kit

I have 1987 miles on my 2012 cayenne turbo with power kit. I just got back from a trip to Mississippi from Chicago area. I have found that staying at or on 70mph that I could get 24 mpg on a regular basis. But if you cruise into the 80 mph range then you drop down to the 19-21 mpg range. This is of course without high winds etc. Also on the issue of oil consumption; at 1987 miles there is essentially from the monitor no oil usage. I am guessing that if you break it in without going over the rpm limit that you will use minimal oil also. Commuting to work in suburb of
Chicago when it is not stop and go all the time; I get 17-19 mpg. Of course there are limited times to really open it up; although I do acclerate to speed limit quickly. On turbos it seems you get the best to get up to speed and then let it 'idle'. I found that cruising at 70mph the tach was at 1400 rpm or so. So mileage at highway speeds is somewhat limited by aerodynamic drag per se. Hope that this helps those wondering about the 2011-12 mileages. Really not bad for the power and weight of the suv. The eight speed transmission really helps.
 

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2005 cayenne turbo
Just got it.
So far city/highway - 70%/30% (1 weeks worth).
MPG-avg: 14mpg
Will have to keep an eye on it
 

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2013 Cayenne diesel
- Driving style has been fairly relaxed so far since the engine isn't broken in yet.
- First 200 miles have averaged 26 mpg in mixed driving 60% highway - 40% city
- The one time I was on the highway without traffic, it yielded about 33 mpg at 75 mph
 

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Cayenne Diesel (limited miles)

2013 Cayenne diesel
- Driving style has been fairly relaxed so far since the engine isn't broken in yet.
- First 200 miles have averaged 26 mpg in mixed driving 60% highway - 40% city
- The one time I was on the highway without traffic, it yielded about 33 mpg at 75 mph
I only have 125 miles total, but also got 33 mpg (per computer) yesterday @ 75 mph on highway trip back from "clear bra" installation.
 

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Just picked up my 2013 diesel Thursday, got 29 combined on the way home. Metro Nashville traffic, local shopping enroute, 100 miles overall. Acceptable for an engine with 19 miles on it. My 2011 Touareg TDI (same Audi engine) started about the same way. 17k later I was getting 33 highway, and the car computer was reporting 29.2 overall. I fully expect the Cayenne to at least meet - if not exceed - the Touareg.
 
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