The Most Common Cayenne Hybrid Problem

A list of some of the most common issues Cayenne Hybrid owners have to deal with.

  1. Blinding Dashboard Glare

    Porsche has a glaring problem according to a lawsuit filed by two California residents. The duo claims Porsche's beige-colored dashboards produce a dangerous amount of glare on the windshields. Should've went with the black interior, I gu…

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What Cayenne Hybrid Owners Complain About

Sometimes it helps just to tally up the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are. Use this information to learn about troublespots or to run for the hills.

What Breaks the Most

Years to Avoid

Cayenne Hybrid Generations

Generations are groups of model years where few, if any, changes were made to the vehicle which means their model years tend to break in similar ways. The Cayenne Hybrid has 1 generation available in North American markets.

Cayenne Hybrid Key Numbers

  1. 2 complaints

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Recent Cayenne Hybrid News

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  1. The 2011-12 Cayenne Hybrid is leaking has from the fuel injector system. That's not very eco-friendly, although it one approach to using less gas (I kid, of course)?

    The problem is two-fold:

    1. The leak can be so bad that some owners have said they can smell the gas inside the cabin
    2. And gas leak can quickly turn your car into a hybrid-kabob

    This is probably a good time to put down that cigarette (if you're still into that sort of thing). The automaker plans to replace the fuel rails and corresponding seals to try to stop the leak. Full details of the recall are available on

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