2010 PORSCHE CAYENNE DIESEL
Along with the smooth eight-speed automatic transmission, makes the Porsche Cayenne Diesel one of the most enjoyable to drive SUVs on the market.The exterior far sharper and more sporting than before and the inside benefitting from massively improved materials and the cockpit feel of the Panamera.
Despite larger exterior dimensions (to the benefit of passenger space inside), the Cayenne looks smaller on the road. That’s a clever trick, and makes the Cayenne a far better rival for its German premium SUV competition. Fitted with the optional PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) and larger 19-inch wheels, the Cayenne Diesel rides decently enough.
Inside there’s two-zone climate control, leather, cruise control, power seats, front and rear parking sensors, 18-inch alloy wheels and an audio system with a seven-inch touch-screen. Naturally, you can add a lot to that, the Cayenne needing Bluetooth telephony, an iPod interface and Porsche Communication Management (including satnav) as a minimum to be properly specified.
2010 PEUGEOT 107 MILLESIM 200
The special edition version of the 107 is based on the current Urban Plus model but benefits from a range of extra standard equipment including 14-inch alloy wheels, air-conditioning, rev counter, special code blue seat trim, blue air vent surrounds, blue instrument binnacle and unique Millesim 200 badging. The Peugeot 107 is city car, it is the third Peugeot model in the UK after the 207 and 308 to be offered with in a ‘Millesim 200? edition as part of the company’s 200 year celebrations.