|2014 Porsche Cayenne||Lexus RX350|
|300 HP||Horsepower||270 HP|
|5,962 LBS.||Towing Capability||1,500 LBS.|
|67.1 Cubic Feet||Front Legroom||43.1 Cubic Feet|
|15 City/22 Highway||Fuel Economy||18 City/ 24 Highway|
2014 Porsche Cayenne vs Lexus RX350
Porsche’s deep roots of racing excellence are clearly displayed with the creation of the 2014 Porsche Cayenne near Chicago, IL.
Thanks to a responsive multilink suspension, Cayenne models deliver the same driving feel and handling Porsche vehicles such as the 911 and Caymen have become famous for. Upholding its race-inspired driving attitude is its standard 3.6-liter V-6 engine. With a very similar displacement to its competitor in the 2014 Porsche Cayenne vs Lexus RX350 comparison, the Porsche’s 3.6-liter V-6 gets paired against the Lexus's 3.5-liter V-6 engine where it is able to produce an advantage of 30 more horsepower. For drivers looking for even more engine performance and driving excitement, the Cayenne is available in eight additional models which include hybrid, diesel and a twin-turbo model capable of sprinting from 0-60 mph in just 4.3 seconds.
Porsche style and versatility
No matter what model Cayenne you are sitting in you will know instantly it is no ordinary vehicle.With seating for up to five passengers and a maximum cargo capacity of over 62 cubic feet, the Cayenne represents one of the most versatile vehicles to ever wear the Porsche crest.
When comparing interior cockpits between the 2014 Porsche Cayenne vs Lexus RX350, both accomplish luxury, but the Cayenne’s race heritage proves to be too much for the RX350. Truly built to be a driver’s vehicle, the Cayenne’s interior layout, dash mounted controls and driver seating position has all been designed for optimal feel and excitement. With every feature imaginable, Porsche uses advanced ergonomics to place every knob, dial and button in an intuitive placement so controlling the Cayenne’s many functions can be done in a fluent and easy-to-use manner.