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A great sports car, with amazing handling
2014 Porsche Cayman 2dr Coupe (2.7L 6cyl 6M)
The flat 6 cylinder base motor is a great sounding engine. I would say the only complaint is that it's not just a bit more powerful. You hear that from quite a few owners. But at the same time, how many drivers are going to have the skill set to be able to handle that extra horse power? I have the DPK 7 speed, with paddle shifters and the 14 way sport heated seats. They are very … comfortable. On a 6 hour drive after purchasing the car, I had zero complaints about the comfort level of these seats. The other complaint you hear from Cayman owners, is that a base model car, that started at $53,500 MSRP, doesn't have a lot of options standard. My car new had an MSRP of just under $69,000. I have the Navigation system, upgraded stereo, Sport package with the 19" wheels. I bought it with 25,204 miles on it, and got it for a fraction of the new price. The car handles fantastically. Great grip from the 265/40-19VR Michelin Super Sports on the rear and 235/40-19VR fronts. The acceleration isn't going to push you into the seats at 5.7 seconds to 60MPH. But it has a high redline at 7,400, and once you get it up around 4,000 RPM the magic happens. 60mph-100mph happens before you know it. And when you do hit the triple digit number, you don't feel like you are going that fast. The suspension is tight, and you do feel the bumps but not so much so that it is bothersome. There is almost zero body roll when entering turns at high speeds. Much faster than I'm used to but the grip is just insanely good. The wide base and the summer UHP tires just work their magic. The car has beautiful lines, and it turns heads where ever I go. I'm talking about people stopping and staring, or doing the 90 degree head turn as I go by, with that flat 6 humming its baritone growl. The interior is fairly upscale, with excellent fit and finish. The one gripe is the cup holders are a bit weak. I don't trust to put my coffee tumbler in the too shallow holders. But that's a trivial complaint. You do hear the road noise, and the sound of the engine as she purrs and then growls as the RPM's climb. A wonderful sound that I will never tire of hearing!
What is a good price for a used 2015 Porsche Cayman?
- According to Edmunds.com's True Market Value calculations, the retail price of a used 2015 Porsche Cayman's most popular trim, in great condition with 96,000 miles on its odometer, is $38,731. Prices vary by trim, region and options included. Learn more
What engine does the new Cayman GT4 have?
- The Cayman GT4 has a 911 Carrera S-derived 3.8-liter engine that produces 385 horsepower. Learn more
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