On 5 and 19 March, we were delighted to invite a number of customers to experience the latest Cayenne models on a scenic drive from our Centre to the beautiful Leeds Castle.
Accompanied by members of our sales team, guests were able to fully explore the performance and handling of the Cayenne on a range of different roads and routes as they travelled in convoy to Leeds castle.
Upon arrival at the castle, guests were treated to a three-course lunch and a private tour of the castle.
The event proved very popular with all our guests, with one customer commenting: “My wife and I want to thank you and the team sincerely for a thoroughly fabulous occasion on Saturday. We really enjoyed every element of the day. The Cayenne, the guided tour (fascinating), the delicious luncheon and your kindness in permitting us to use the car for the balance of the weekend. The organisation was spot on too, well done!”
Visit our Facebook Page to see pictures taken on both days, as well as photos from our other events.
Please email Sharon Coombes to register your interest in the range of events organised by Porsche Centre Tonbridge throughout the year.
*Data determined in accordance with the measurement method required by law. Since 01 September 2018 all new cars are approved in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). You can find more information on WLTP at
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