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Porsche Cayenne Service in Dubai

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Porsche Cayenne Servicing in Dubai:

Since 2002, Porsche has produced a mid-size luxury crossover, sport utility vehicle known as the Porsche Cayenne. The Cayenne and Cayenne Coupé with up to five seats, have a distinctive design and robust performance. The 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine produces 250kW and is equipped with a twin-scroll turbocharger between the cylinder banks (340PS)
Every Porsche is a sports car, first and foremost.
DAS Center in Dubai can handle all of your Porsche repairs, whether you need a significant overhaul or a minor fix. Routine maintenance is also performed by our expert technicians to maintain the value of your Porsche and the guarantee.

How does Porsche Cayenne Repairing Service Works?

• Go to the DAS Center’s website and fill out a registration form.
• If you’re a first-time user, complete all fields. If you’re a repeat visitor, please log in.
• Select your chosen date and Porsche model and confirm your booking.
If you require any extra assistance, please call us at the service number provided.

We’ll collect, service, and return your vehicle on the same day. Pay our respective mechanic after you are pleased with our service.

Why choose DAS Center for Porsche Cayenne Maintenance?

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What is included in Porsche Cayenne Major & Minor Services?

Minor Services

Our Minor Porsche Cayenne Services includes:

Porsche Minor Services
Porsche Major Services

Major Services

Under Major Service, we also cover:

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Porsche Cayenne Servicing in Dubai

A Porsche Cayenne’s annual maintenance costs range from 770 to 1160 AED. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on the vehicle’s age, mileage, location, and repair shop.

If the engine coolant light is flashing, the cooling system is malfunctioning. The coolant warning light may flash due to a severe malfunction in which coolant is no longer flowing the engine (faulty coolant pump), electrical wiring (check connections), or sensor fault (temperature sensor or level sensor).

Your brake pads’ safety should be your main priority. We recommend inspecting and replacing them every 6-8 months for optimal performance. Disc brake damage, which is costly to repair and replace, may occur if they are not replaced as soon as possible.

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