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      01-21-2008, 01:18 PM   #1
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BMW X6 vs Porsche Cayenne vs Range Rover Sport - information from BMW

http://www.edbmw.com/blog/2008/01/21...e-rover-sport/


It looks like the BMW is kicking the competition's butt.

I think the X6 will be truly a great car
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      01-21-2008, 01:26 PM   #2
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Finally... a BMW that will keep smoke the Cayenne! I had a Cayenne race me without knowing, it was fast. The funny thing is that I also drive a 3.0, but its not comparable to a Cayenne... losers.
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Finally... a BMW that will keep smoke the Cayenne! I had a Cayenne race me without knowing, it was fast. The funny thing is that I also drive a 3.0, but its not comparable to a Cayenne... losers.
wait a second... they're not considering the Turbo Cayenne!!! whichh 0-60 in 5 sec's with 450 hp
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The brother has an X6 on order and something like this will interest him so thanks.
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I think i'll wait for some more objective data. Porsche's on website has the v6 cayenne running a 7.5, and i'm sure the mags can make it run even faster. Not to mention that you cant market the X6 as a sport activity coupe, making it vastly different than the X5 and then go after a porsche that's built on the same frame as a touareg.
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Actually the technical specs from Porsche.co.uk show that the Cayenne 3.6 post a time for the manual of 8.1s 0-100km/h and 8.5s for the automatic. The BMW is 6.7s but is this for a manual or automatic.

Anyway here's the link to the Porsche website.

http://www.porsche.com/uk/models/cay...turesandspecs/
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Weird. The technical specs for the Cayenne V6 on porsche.com/usa show 7.5s 0-96km/h(0-60mph) and 7.8 for the auto.

Link: http://www.porsche.com/usa/models/ca...turesandspecs/
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wait a second... they're not considering the Turbo Cayenne!!! whichh 0-60 in 5 sec's with 450 hp
That's cuz the X6 M hasn't been released yet, which I'm sure will smash it
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Is the X6 really a competitor to the Cayenne? I'd figure the X5 suits the criteria more closely.
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That's cuz the X6 M hasn't been released yet, which I'm sure will smash it
X6 M?? i wasnt aware of such a thing
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Is the X6 really a competitor to the Cayenne? I'd figure the X5 suits the criteria more closely.
it's all marketing bullshit anyway...
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Is the X6 really a competitor to the Cayenne? I'd figure the X5 suits the criteria more closely.
Thats exactly what I was thinking.
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Is the X6 really a competitor to the Cayenne? I'd figure the X5 suits the criteria more closely.
It's a niche vehicle and the Cayenne is probably the closest competitor.

I heard some rumors on these forums a while back that Porsche will be fighting back with a "Cayenne Lite" or something like that.
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