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Your trim depends on your chosen engine, although all Panameras come with a plethora of standard equipment from new. This includes climate control, a 12.3in touchscreen infotainment system, a DAB radio, sat-nav, leather seats, cruise control and LED headlights. 

The Panamera’s interior is not only very luxurious but there’s also plenty of space, particularly in the front. Unless you opt for the Sport Turismo ‘estate’, it’s strictly a two-seater in the back, although they will both enjoy a good amount of head and leg room, even seated behind taller front-seat occupants. 

The entry point into used second-generation Panamera ownership as of writing is around £50,000. For that money, expect a 4 or 4S example with more than 50,000 miles under its wheels. A 4 E-Hybrid is likely to set you back around £5000 more, but that’s significantly less than its 2020-introduced 4S E-Hybrid counterpart, which comes with a £100,000-plus price tag. 

Turbo S E-Hybrids have been known to go for more than £100,000, although they tend to start at around £85,000. A regular Turbo (with its 542bhp V8 and no electrifed assistance or zero-emission running) will cost around £65,000.

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4 E-Hybrid 10 Years Edition: If you want the hybrid, this special edition is the value buy. You will get a lot of kit, such as a panoramic roof, heated seats, soft-close doors and a Bose hi-fi.

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