If you got the budget for repairs and it sounds like you can wrench yourself, then sure? The "height" of an SUV helps my wife immensely putting our son in and out of a car seat vs hunching down. Also the cayenne will be way more practical with it's "hatch" vs a sedan when it comes to fitting all the baby crap.What does everyone think of a first gen Porsche Cayenne 6MT?
I just checked one out on a website and in doing some initial sleuthing it doesn’t have the IMS bearing issue and the car is so far looking reliable if one is mechanically inclined.
Even though I didn’t want an SUV, I can see the comfort of a big SUV along with the fun of driving a stick shift. There has to be some cool points there!