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Porsche Macan Review: Capable, Lovely, And Carefully Made

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When you sit in a vehicle that has a 11-inch central infotainment screen, you instantly know that you are about to take a ride in one of the most sensational model on the market. The Porsche Macan is nothing short of an exceptional road machine, made to give comfort, style, performance and make a profound statement about you, the owner and its creator as well.

The German automaker calls it “the sports car of the SUV segment.” Quite clearly, the Macan fits this bill.

We aren’t blowing empty trumpets over this. Look at the numbers and other specs and you will be equally impressed.

The 2019 edition base Macan still carries a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four producing 248 horsepower, just as the earlier version. All Macans come with a seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.

However, the most popular of them named the S model, has replaced the turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 for a single twin-scroll turbocharger. This new powerhouse produces a massive 348 hp and 354 lb-ft.

For 2019, the front wheel width increases from 8.0 to 8.5 inches for the 19- and 21-inch wheels. With this, you can be assured of a great road grip and even cornering abilities.

Granted the Porsche Macan comes with an above-average starting price for the luxury compact SUV class. class. However, it is one vehicle that will not let you down if you are looking for style, performance, and comfort all in one package

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