You’ll be looking at around £60,000 for a used Cayenne E-Hybrid and for that it’ll likely be a 2018 car with around 30,000 miles on the clock, which just goes to show how well the E-Hybrid holds to its value. The more powerful Turbo S kicks in at around £110,000 for a year-old car with only a couple of thousand miles on the clock, which seems like decent value compared to the brand new list price.
However, for some, that will still be a huge chunk of money to spend. There is the option to go for the earlier S E-Hybrid which was available on the previous generation Cayenne. Its smaller battery yields a slightly smaller range and it’s a good alternative, especially with prices as low as £31,500 for a 2014 car with 50,000 miles on the clock. The engine and motor combination isn’t as sophisticated as the newer model but the potential tax benefits are tempting.