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I just bought my '07 Cayman S in February, so I don't have experience with any mechanic other than my dealer, but I did a lot of research on my car before purchasing. 2007 was the second year of production for the Cayman S, introduced in 2006. It was the first year of the "base" Cayman, smaller engine, 5 spd vs. 6 spd, less horsepower. If you've driven both the base ... Read More
There are many resources here to help you find out pricing, but then to get actual pricing that dealers are giving to buyers you probably need to visit an internet forum. If you search you might find one called Planet Porsche that will have many examples of what people are paying, where they are getting their Porsches from and even what they cost to repair. I know that 2006 Cayman S's ... Read More
It has been a goal of mine to purchase a porsche. I have finally gotten to the point in my life that I can afford the luxury of another part time vehicle. I am writing for opinion as well as: What would be the appropriate cost? What options should I not be able to live without? do i purchase via aucton, dealer( Certified), or third party? Is there going to be ... Read More
There is a site on the web where you can find a Club of Cayman people who can tell you what Porsche has up their sleeve and prevent you from buying something you don't want to buy. :) Well at least they can make good recommendations. All you need to do is Google search for the site (not allowed to post link here). Now with respect to your 2008, it is ... Read More
Hey Guys, Kicking around the idea of a used Boxster but I have read that the Boxster engine (same as Cayman?) has a fatal mechanical flaw and can 'let go' requiring complete engine replacement @$10,000+ a pop (out of warranty , of course) - any truth to this? If so was this corrected in the 2006 and later Boxsters? Thanks for any advice on buying a used Boxster - was 2006 ... Read More
Congratulations on your car, I agree that it is a blast to drive. I have had mine for 2 years and I smile every time I drive it.
JUst bought Cayman S PDE-1. LIke anything Porsche, prices can very greatly. Base price on PDE-1 is $69,000. Mine was $88,000. If you ordered every option offered, you could run a Cyamn up to $114,000....but it is one hell of a car and I am having a ball driving it :)
I love this Cayman!! That statement in and of itself means little, so let me give you a background info. I owned 2000 Aston Martin DB-7 Volante 2003 Jaguar XKR 2005 Audi A-8 2006 Lexus G350 (hate it) lol I have also owned Ferrari's, previous 911's, 928 Prosche, 944 Turbo....well..a lot of cars over the years. The Cayman out-handles every 911 for most drivers., The weight distribution is 50-50, making us ... Read More
First, you can check the Porsche web site for a list of dealers in your area (up to 300 mile radius) and then click on each to show their inventories. Finding car(s) in the colors and options you want is the first step. Second, on pricing, there is roughly a 12-13% markup between MSRP and invoice on the entire car, factory options included. I would think you should be able to ... Read More
What was the in service date and MSRP on the 2006 Cayman S. You should be able to pick up a brand new one at close to 10% off. Unless you are getting at least 25% off the equivalent MSRP on a used one (i.e. 15% discount to what you could buy a new one for), the price is too high. And if that 2006 was an early arrival that is ... Read More
Technically, you could still lease any car. You can even find an independent bank on your own. But, if the Porsche dealer doesn't have a bank that wants to do it, then you can guess that the payment will be outrageous. Leasecompare.com is a broker for independent bank leases. You can check out their website for quotes. regards, kyfdx
Car_man, I was wondering if you know the current buy rate from Porsche Finanical for a New 2006 Cayman S leftover. I could not find any residuals or money factors for a new 06. Thanks.
How "new" is the car / tire? If you just bought the car brand new, and you have noticed the leak immediately, I would think the dealer should take some responsiblity. On the other hand, did the leaking start after an "event" such as hitting a pot hole or running over something? If there isn't an obvious nail or other source of a leak in the tire tread, it may be ... Read More
Hello, I am a new owner of a silver cayman S. I love it. It is such a fine machine. I was wondering if I can ask for some opinion about tire maintenance. I seem to have a tire pressure leak on one of my rear tires (19 inch). I say I'm losing about 5 pounds per day as I have observed if the car sat all day. I called the ... Read More
"For the record, the mid-engined Carrera GT is the Porsche flagship." For the record, the Carerra GT was the most expensive road legal Porsche. From Wikipedia: Originally, a production run of 1,500 cars was slated. But Porsche announced in August, 2005 that it would not continue production of the Carrera GT throughout 2006. Porsche announced that this discontinuation was due to changing airbag regulations in the US. However, reports of diminishing ... Read More
Read the most current issue of motor trend (or is it road and track?) - anyway the cayman is not selling as well as expected and inventories are collecting days on the floor. I was able to negotiate about 7% off a 2006 carrera that had to be shipped from 1000 miles away (and dealer ate $800. shipping cost). 1.) find a dealer that is hungry - not all are the ... Read More
Since this topic is about the upcoming Porsche Cayman S, please visit one of these discussions: 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider Convertible - First Production Photos!!! Ferrari-the Ultimate classic (Ferrari Lovefest Topic) to talk about Ferraris.
i'm looking forward to the non-s version that will be coming out about a year after the initial offering. it'll come with the engine from the current boxster s. hopefully they'll leave off some of the luxury and technology items from the s model to drop a couple hundred pounds of weight (and several thousands of dollars) and will result in a car thats a little lighter on its feet.
Can't afford a 911, but don't like the look of the Boxster? Now there's a new Porsche coupe with a unique look and a slightly more reasonable price. 2006 Porsche Cayman S
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