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Porsche Macan Specs
SegmentLuxury
BodyTypeSUV
TransmissionDCT
Capacity2.0 - 3.0L
Horsepower252 - 354PS
Seats5

Porsche Macan Variants Price List

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Pros

  • 4 petrol variants available in Malaysia, from humble to blazing fast
  • Porsche is setting up a CKD plant in Malaysia with plans to assemble Macan and Cayenne base models, making them more affordable
  • Porsche SUVs properly deserve the ‘Sports’ moniker for actually being athletic

Cons

  • Base model uses the familiar (but not too exciting) EA888 2.0-litre turbo engine
  • Platform is a little dated already, as it was launched in 2014
  • Next-gen Macan coming in 2022

Nearest Porsche Dealers

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  • No 6, Jalan PJU 75A/245, cdwea reamansara, 4245301 aeddeetarqwing Jaya

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Porsche Macan Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Porsche Macan – Overview

    Officially codenamed Type 95B, the current Porsche Macan is still in its first generation. Its underpinnings are the same as the first-gen Audi Q5 (which is now in its second-generation), which means that the platform is a little dated. An all-new Macan is reported to be coming soon in 2022, which will adopt the nomenclature of the Taycan.
    As a final hurrah for the current widely popular Macan, it has been given a facelift in 2019. The updates are a welcome refresh – a light strip joining the tail-lights like on the Panamera and 911, an adjusted running gear for efficiency, and every variant received a slight revision too.
    The new base model Macan is slightly down in power with the EA888 engine, from 255 PS to 252 PS, while 370 Nm of twist remains unchanged, but the engine is more efficient.
    The updated Macan S now gets a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 with 354 PS and 480 Nm of torque, as opposed to the old one with a 3.6-litre twin-turbo V6 with 344 PS and 460 Nm.
    The facelifted GTS now has a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 that makes 380 PS and 520 Nm of torque. The previous version had 364 PS and 460 Nm from a 3.6-litre twin-turbo V6. The new GTS is also 15 mm lower than any other variant.
    The engine of the S makes 440 PS and 550 Nm of torque in the facelifted range-topping Turbo. The previous one had a 3.6-litre twin-turbo V6 with 400 PS and 550 Nm (446 PS and 600 Nm with the optional Performance Pack).

  • Exterior

    Porsche Macan – Exterior

    The Macan is the most handsome non-sports car in the marque’s line-up with its compact form and balanced proportions. Not much is different on this facelift, as it is a winning recipe. There is a new light strip connecting the rear light clusters. It received front lights that are unmistakably inspired by the 718 Cayman, and the current nose looks remarkably refined when contrasted to the previous overtly macho one. Overall, it is a good balance of sporty aggression and delicate sophistication.

    Length

    4,696 mm

    Width

    1,923 mm

    Height

    1,624 mm

    Wheelbase

    2,807 mm

  • Interior

    Porsche Macan – Interior

    Inside, the Macan feels more like a sports car, albeit with a higher seating. The familiar bank of chrome-surround centre console is also filled with chrome-trimmed switches. Macans in Malaysia come standard with the Premium Package. This adds 14-way memory front seats, Power Steering Plus, self-dimming mirrors, a Bose sound system, and ambient lighting to the car.
    Materials in here are of course configurable. Seats can be trimmed fully or partially in leather, Alcantara, with different colour options as well. There is also an option for 18-way Adaptive Sports Seats.
    A common complaint is that, at its most basic trim, the standard interior may not befit a car with such a badge. Rear legroom and overall space inside is passable but not exemplary.

  • Features

    Porsche Macan – Features

    Standard features inside include a new 10.9-inch infotainment touchscreen display that recognises digital audio broadcast, has Apple Carplay (but no Android Auto) and also features Porsche’s connected services. Other standard equipment are front and rear parking sensors, automatic wipers, LED headlights and DRLs, and a powered tailgate.
    The usual suite of safety equipment is found on every variant – 8 airbags, ESC, ABS, and many more. However, there’s also a slew of optional equipment too that helps in safety, like Surround View, Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus, as well as others that help with performance, like the Sport Chrono Package, Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus, and even an Off-road mode too.

  • Powertrain

    Porsche Macan – Powertrain

    As mentioned above, the model year 2019 Porsche Macans have all received updates under the hood.
    To summarise:
    Porsche Macan   |   2.0-litre turbo   |   252 PS and 370 Nm of torque
    Porsche Macan S   |   3.0-litre twin-turbo V6   |   354 PS and 480 Nm of torque
    Porsche Macan GTS   |   2.9-litre twin-turbo V6   |   380 PS and 520 Nm of torque
    Porsche Macan Turbo   |   3.0-litre twin-turbo V6   |   440 PS and 550 Nm of torque
    All variants have AWD and a 7-speed PDK mated to their engines.

  • Driving Performance

    Porsche Macan – Driving Performance

    Porsche knows how to make exciting cars. From the Macan to the Macan Turbo, the century sprint figures are 6.5 s, 5.1 s, 4.7 s, and 4.3 s. These figures are with Sport Chrono fitted, which enables Launch Control. And like the monster that it is, the Macan Turbo will sprint to 160 km/h from standstill in just 10.3 seconds.
    Aside from that, the Macan may be the most athletic SUV on the market today. It flows through fast corners in a remarkably composed manner. Every model is fitted with conventional springs and dampers, with an option for Porsche Active Suspension Management. PASM will bring the car down by 15 mm, and then another 10 mm when Sport mode is activated. It will also rise by 40 mm in off-road mode.

  • Ride Comfort

    Porsche Macan – Ride Comfort

    Given the aforementioned PASM, there is the option of noodling about the daily commute in Comfort, which takes the athletic edge off of the Macan, but the ride is never going to be soft in the truest sense of the word. There’s also an option for air suspension that will further elevate on-board relaxation, if you really want that on a Porsche.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Porsche Macan – Fuel Economy

    For the facelifted Porsche Macan, these are the quoted combined economy and emissions figures:
    Porsche Macan   |   12.2 km/l (8.2 l/100 km)   |   186 g/km
    Porsche Macan S   |   11.24 km/l (8.9 l/100 km)   |   204 g/km
    Porsche Macan GTS   |   10.42 km/l (9.6 l/100 km)   |   218 g/km
    Porsche Macan Turbo   |   10.42 km/l (9.6 l/100 km)   |   218 g/km

  • Conclusion

    Porsche Macan – Conclusion

    The Porsche Macan has it all – the badge, the performance, and the looks. The most current facelift in 2019 just updated a winning recipe with better engines and an exterior to match the rest of its stablemates. More luxury performance SUVs are slowly entering the market today, in no small part thanks to the Cayenne and the Macan, but it seems, just like the 911, Porsche’s SUVs are also the benchmarks in their respective classes.
    An all-new Macan is set to launch in 2022, and the German carmaker has said that the range-topping Macan Turbo will feature an all-electric powertrain, just like the Taycan Turbo. The rest of the range will still feature internal combustion engines, as the market is not ready for a full electric switch just yet.

Porsche Macan FAQ

  • Does Porsche Macan has Airbags?

    • KC

      KC

      No, Porsche Macan doesn't have Airbags.

  • Tell me the Powertrain of Porsche Macan.

    • Swee Hing

      Swee Hing

      The Powertrain of the Porsche Macan are as follow:

      Variants2019 Porsche Macan2019 Porsche Macan S
      Capacity (L)2.0L3.0L
      Aspiration FormTurboTwin Turbo
      Cylinder Arrangement
      Number of Cylinders
      Compression Ratio
      Valvetrain
      Timing Type
      Horsepower (PS)252340
      Rpm at Max Hp
      Torque(Nm)
      Rpm at Max torque
      Top Speed (km/h)
      Fuel
  • Is Porsche Macan available in Headlamps?

    • kona

      kona

      No, Porsche Macan isn't available in Headlamps.

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