Porsche Macan Mileage
Porsche Macan Review
Porsche is known for building engineering marvels on wheels that go very fast. The German sportscar maker made sure that their SUVs, the Cayenne and the Macan were equally sporty. The Macan is the smaller of the two and was launched a few years ago. Now it has received its first mid-life update and will be launched in India soon after the new Cayenne....read full review
Porsche has introduced the updated Macan in India. The Macan facelift gets a fresh set of cosmetic and feature updates. The Porsche Macan will be available in two trims – the Macan and the Macan S.
The new five-seat Porsche Macan gets a black interior package, premium leather upholstery, smoker package, fabric roof lining, two USB charging and cnectivity sockets in the centre console storage compartment and more. The vehicle has a luggage compartment capacity of about 500-litres. The Macan S further lets you expand the load capacity with folded rear seats for a maximum space of 1,500-litres. The interior is available in black and agate grey colour options.
The Porsche Macan facelift gets a revised fascia with tweaked bumpers, 3D design element headlamps and the Dynamic Light System Plus for adaptive lighting. The SUV will get LED headlamps and tail lamps. This time around, the updated model also gets an LED strip that connects the two taillamps. The vehicle gets a full galvanized body, sideblades in lava black, matt black side window trims, glossy black rood spoiler, two single tailpipes outside left and right with matt silver-colour finish. The vehicle also gets glossy silver Porsche logo on the rear hatch. As for the exterior body colour options, the Posche Macan is available in black or white options.
Under the hood, the Porsche Macan is powered by a turbocharged inline-four 2.0-litre engine that produces a maximum power out of 252bhp and 370Nm of torque. The Macan S on the other hand will be powered by a 3.0-litre engine that produces 348bhp and 480Nm of torque. Both the engines come mated to a seven-speed PDK with manual controls on the steering wheel.