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      11-27-2012, 10:21 PM   #119
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Originally Posted by newowner35i View Post
i wanna see what u guys post
mine is porsche 2006 cayenne turbo s
did routine maintainence often, never pushed it, babied all its life
10k miles- engine stopped on highway, no limp mode just 0 mph, ecu replaced after 10 days
23k miles- the turbo broke and gave almost no boost, replaced
30k- didnt start up, ecu again
41k- the car didnt rev over 3k rpm, ecu to blame
54k- engine broke on highway, caused big holdup
60k- didnt rev over 2 rpm, dealer said "unfixible"
i just sold the car to junk yard for 15k
couldnt deal with it any more
my wife also had an 2009 audi a4
at 10k turbo blew
my f01 bmw has been pretty good so far, on needed to reset ecu once becuase of bad trottle response
Sorry to hear that. Yeah I would pass on all Audi/Volkswagon cars unless you are going for an SUV or R8.

I have heard some issues about the Porsche and it doesnt surprise me.

For me my 91 Acura NSX was the worst out of all my cars. Truely now today a piece of shit. My 02 NSX was a little better but still same look and technology and got rid of it. Times and technology changes all the time and wanted more so moved on.

So 91 NSX was my most unreliable car.
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