Cars that cost this much are rarely subjected to crash tests, and the Cayenne Turbo is no different with no ratings available from the IIHS or NHTSA. For what it's worth, EuroNCAP awarded the current-generation Cayenne a full five stars for safety. A comprehensive local review of the Porsche Cayenne in terms of safety may be nonexistent, but a long list of safety features should keep occupants safe.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
As standard, the Cayenne Turbo comes with adaptive LED headlights, forward-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, parking sensors at the front and at the rear, a rearview camera, and rain-sensing wipers. You also get frontal, side-impact, knee, and curtain rollover airbags as standard. The really impressive stuff, however, costs extra. Available features include adaptive LED matrix headlights, lane-change assist, lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, a surround-view camera, a night-vision camera, and a head-up display.
|Porsche Cayenne Turbo Trims||Turbo|
|Rear Parking Aid||S|
|Blind Spot Monitor||O|
|Lane Departure Warning||O|
|Lane Keeping Assist||O|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||S|
The 2022 and 2023 models of the Cayenne Turbo have thus far been free of recalls in the USA. However, the 2021 Cayenne was subject to four, namely for a steering column that may detach, rear-axle lock nuts that may fail, a misaligned rear axle, and a problem with a missing seat heater preventing the passenger's airbag from deploying.
To quell any qualms about reliability, a limited warranty with 24-hour roadside assistance is included for the first four years or 50,000 miles of ownership. This comes along with a one-year/10,000-mile maintenance plan for all new purchases.