Porsche Macan Leasing
Top 3 Features
Smaller than the Porsche Cayenne.
A range of trims and engine choices, but all are fast, performance machines.
Handling and enjoyment that rivals plenty of sports cars.
Why Lease A Porsche Macan?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Macan is smaller than Porsche’s other SUV, the Cayenne, so space inside is a bit more limited, but for its size it’s roomy enough. Space up front is very good and while rear passengers might wish for the extra legroom you’ll get in an equivalent Audi or BMW, it’s more than spacious enough for children. You can’t slide or recline the rear seats, which is something that some rivals allow.
Boot space is generous at 500 litres, although there are other cars of this type with more room for luggage. Still, the Porsche’s rear seats fold down in a 40/20/40 split, which gives you plenty of flexibility for loading larger items while still carrying passengers.
The cabin has plenty of storage spaces, including good-sized door pockets, 2 cupholders between the front seats and a netted space in the boot to stop smaller items rolling around.
Porsches are premium, performance-focused cars, so the costs – both leasing and running – will be higher than some rivals. Because all the Macan’s engines are petrol and all models are 4-wheel drive, you’ll spend more on fuel than you would in diesel- or hybrid-powered competitors, or cars with front-wheel drive, but that’s the price you pay for performance.
As an example, the official fuel economy for the entry-level Macan is up to 27.7mpg, while the top-spec Macan Turbo promises up to 24.8mpg. In the real world though, you’ll likely get less than that, especially if you drive any model enthusiastically. Which you will.
Porsche MacanThere’s just 1 body style for the Macan, which is a 5-door SUV. Unlike the larger Cayenne, there isn’t a sleeker coupe-styled version.
High Performance ModelsAll Macans have very impressive performance, but if you want the even-more-sporty versions, look at the 380hp Macan GTS or the 440hp Macan Turbo.
The Porsche Macan Vs Competitors
If you value a great brand on the badge and want to lease an SUV that handles brilliantly, the Macan is fantastic. However, you’ll get better interior space and fuel economy from some of its rivals.
Both of Porsche’s SUVs are excellent. The Cayenne is larger and more expensive, and has more interior space. The Macan is more affordable and handles better, though the Cayenne is still outstanding for its size.
Porsche doesn’t have a great record in independent reliability studies, but the Macan itself doesn’t fare too badly and should prove to be less trouble than other Porsche models.
It depends on your priorities. The Macan GTS is an all-round performer, with strong acceleration and sharper handling than the standard cars. The Turbo is more expensive but faster in a straight line.
The GTS has more power than the Macan S (380- vs 354hp) and flashier looks, with black alloy wheels and a more luxurious interior spec. It also has adaptive suspension as standard.
The standard Macan uses a turbocharged 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine. The Macan S uses a 3.0-litre turbo V6, while the GTS and Macan Turbo both use a twin-turbo, 2.9-litre V6 engine in different states of tune.
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