The 2.9 L Cayman has plenty of power for the public roads with good low-end torque. Cabin space is limited while the rear window provides limited visibility. The exterior design grows on you and it is refreshing since the 911 has not changed much in its history. I had an issue with a missing key which took over 1 hour for the dealer to program. The passenger window does not close properly with automatic feature. I dislike Porsche dealers and salespeople - they think it's so special. It's expensive. The interior materials are top quality now with lots of leather, alcantara, and carpeting. Fit is solid with only a minor rattle from passenger side. Ride is very hard, especially with 19"
Exterior design, Bi-Xenon Lights, Smooth shifting 6- speed gearbox, look of the 19" Carrera II wheels, Sound and Responsiveness from Flat-6 engine.
More cabin space, Spare Tire Please, Better Radio and Speakers, I'd rather have 18" wheels for California roads.
I recently purchased a cayman S 09 and sold my bmw 3series. This Cayman is simply awesome. Its acceleration and handling is unlike any car I have ever driven. Additionally, the looks are superb. I just never get tired of looking at the car.
Fantastic engine, brakes, chassis, steering, interior... this really is the finest true spots car value available. Had an Audi TTS and while it was a very capable and well-built sports car, it just didn't offer the the perfect balance and driving dynamics of the Cayman. And the beautiful curves of the exterior are very reminiscent of the classic 911s of the 80s and 90s. The Cayman has become the ultimate Porsche (and an especially exceptional value with current incentives!).
Porsche needs to adopt Audi's three- tiered-package pricing model and dump the a-la-carte everything approach already! And certain things should simply be standard on a car of this caliber in the this price range (like xenon headlamps, real aluminum interior trim, etc.).