Porsche dealers still are waiting for their first sport-utility.
The Cayenne had been expected in the United States in August. It now is scheduled to arrive in March.
Jerry Nelson, a member of Porsche's U.S. dealer council, called the Porsche Board of Regents, says dealers want the vehicle to be right. It's their top priority.
Nelson, co-owner of Schneider-Nelson (Porsche-Audi-Land Rover) in West Long Branch, N.J., spoke with Staff Reporter Julie Cantwell.