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Porsche Cayman

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2014-2016
2014 Redesign Year
Porsche Cayman 2016
An all-new Cayman arrived for 2014 with more power, a longer wheelbase and a wider track. Both the base and S are offered with a manual or automated manual transmissions. Handling is excellent, even with the electric steering and ride quality is not punishing.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $38,750 - $65,225 $34,400 - $57,600
2015 $33,050 - $55,525 $28,980 - $48,780
2014 $27,850 - $37,325 $23,985 - $32,685
2006-2013
2006 Redesign Year
Porsche Cayman 2013
Porsche used the Boxster platform as the basis for the Cayman coupe. Power comes from a mid-mounted horizontally-opposed six-cylinder engine. The Cayman S is the higher-performance version, placing it between the Boxster and 911 in terms of price and performance. Both five- and six-speed manuals are available; a five-speed Tiptronic automatic optional. The fixed-roof coupe seats two passengers and uses a hatchback design that allows for more rear storage than the Boxster. Like the Boxster, the Cayman also has a front trunk.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2013 NA NA
2012 $22,700 - $31,100 $19,090 - $26,790
2011 $18,700 - $25,325 $14,410 - $21,400
2010 $15,525 - $20,725 $11,425 - $17,125
2009 $13,725 - $18,750 $9,825 - $14,425
2008 $12,125 - $16,425 $8,400 - $12,200
2007 $10,775 - $14,375 $7,200 - $10,400
2006 $13,025 $9,185