Sport Package, Auto Cruise Control, Full Leather Interior, Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler, 20 Inch Plus Wheels
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.4L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 9K Miles, Blue/Blue
Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Rear View Camera, Parking Sensors, Front Seat Heaters, Alloy Wheels
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.5L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 10K Miles, Blue/Black
love the car. it's a sports car that i've always wanted to own. i love to drive it every day and it is more of a quality of life improvement than a practical car. obviously, it gets me from point a to point b, but it lacks room for storage or carrying items; i knew that going into the deal, however, so it's something if weighed in my mind before making the inquiry and then the purchase. it looks sharp and i get compliments all the time about the car to the point of making me feel a little too self-indulgent. but, hey, you've got one life to live and why not drive a porsche for part of it if you can afford it.
I have owned a 944 and a 928 and the Cayman is better by far. Great performance, great appeal, and a world class sports car. Sports car road feel and high quality. Not for everyone, but if you want a world class sports car for under $60,000 then the Cayman will meet your every exspectation.
This car is for people who enjoy a good sports ride, don't commute far distances and don't sit in traffic. City friendly ride in comparison to Carrera 911 with an exhilarating pull in the back. The engine in the middle of the car brings the centrifugal force in the curves to the minimum. The car feels like it is glued to the road. Great breaks. Money I spend on gas for this car goes under "entertainment". I got my Cayman for an affordable price because of higher demand on automatic. American population drives mostly automatic for a few very good reasons: long distances and traffic plus not too many curvy roads in LA where I live. Also, most people opt for a convertible which is not my preference so I got a hard top.