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2009 Porsche Cayman Consumer Discussions

Just about the most misinformed review Edmunds has EVER done. Porsche implemented launch control in EVERY PDK car they had in 2009. Years before GM. There is not a 2014 981 Cayman S in the world th...

I came very close to getting Cayman in November, but as usually, my wife jumped in and we ended up getting the "practical car", an Audi Q7 3.6 Premium to replace her Allroad. That being sai...

The forum you want to visit is: It is very, very active and has a whole section on buying/leasing. $10K off MSRP is about right -- especially now. I bought my Cayman at Fremont...

Could you post the 2010 Cayman base lease rates for 36 months, 10k/yr and whether there are any other incentives being offered?...

Hi ychang77. Porsche has pulled the plug on its lease support for 2009 models. At the beginning of the year it paid out dealers five grand for any remaining '09 Caymans that they had left in stock a...

I read something interesting about the revised 987 Boxster (2009-10?) in the February issue of Automobile. They say the 987s (Boxster/Cayman) are getting the same motors as the current 911/997. T...

If I was interested in leasing a Cayman right now, I personally would go with a 2009 model and take advantage of the lease support that is available on it....

Either a well optioned year old 2014 Cayman S for $60K or a (2009-2011) 997b 911S for $55k? That is the question I'll be contemplating for the next year or so....
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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2009 Porsche Cayman in VA is:

$139.42 per month*
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