2007 Porsche Cayman

Recently we’ve had some posts focusing on how much Porsche you could get for a small amount of money ; and while those recent posts have focused on older models, for some people that want a special car that can also function as a daily driver looking at older cars is not a reality. Luckily for those people, there are options that offer both reliability, practicality and a lower entry price into a special car. Such is the case with today’s 2007 Cayman, which looks splendid in classic Midnight Blue Metallic over tan leather:

Year: 2007
Model: Cayman
Engine: 2.7 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 61,000 mi
Price: $ 23,800 Buy It Now

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2007 PORSCHE CAYMAN COUPE!!

MIDNIGHT BLUE METALLIC ON SAND BEIGE LEATHER INTERIOR!!

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION!! REAR POWER SPOILER!!

TIP-TRONIC!! HEATED SEATS!! 245 HORSEPOWER!!

FACTORY SPORT 18″ ALLOY WHEELS!! NEWER REAR TIRES!!

AMAZING PRICE ON AN AMAZING VEHICLE!!

SUPER SPORTY!! GREAT COLOR COMBO!!

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The distinction that separates a true sport luxury vehicle from a basic sport vehicle is the merging of true sport performance without compromising the refinement and class of a luxury vehicle. This vehicle is the essence of luxury, style, execution and performance.

THIS CAYMAN IS IN GOOD CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT FOR ITS YEAR AND MILEAGE. IT HAS ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES THAT COME STANDARD WITH THIS 2007 CAYMAN COUPE. BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THE OPTIONS THIS VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH:

ALL BOOKS & MANUALS

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

HEATED SEATS

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL

MIDNIGHT BLUE ON SAND BEIGE LEATHER

POWER WINDOWS/LOCKS/MIRRORS

HEATED SEATS

FOG LIGHTS

REAR POWER SPOILER

AM/FM/CD PLAYER

CRUISE CONTROL

FACTORY 18-INCH SPORT ALLOY WHEELS

KEYLESS ENTRY

DUAL AIRBAGS

CLIMATE CONTROL

PRIVACY GLASS

2.7L H6 245 HORSEPOWER ENGINE!

NEWER REAR TIRES!

ORIGINAL MSRP $50K!

DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS VERY NICE 2007 PORSCHE CAYMAN COUPE! THIS IS A MUST SEE MUST DRIVE VEHICLE! CALL SALES @ 630-904-9300 TO BE THE PROUD OWNER OF THIS BEAUTY TODAY!!!

THE CONDITION OF THIS VEHICLE IS CONSISTENT WITH ITS AGE AND MILEAGE; IT IS IN VERY NICE SHAPE INSIDE AND OUT AND IS FULLY DETAILED AND STORED IN OUR INDOOR TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE FACILITY. KEEP IN MIND THAT OUR VEHICLES ARE PRE-OWNED AND ARE NOT BRAND NEW, AND AS SUCH THEY MAY REFLECT WEAR AND TEAR IN CONSISTENCE WITH AGE. WE TRY OUR BEST TO DESCRIBE THE VEHICLES AND THEIR OPTIONS, BUT SOMETIMES WE MAY MAKE AN ERROR; SO IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS PLEASE GIVE US A CALL TO VERIFY ANY INFORMATION AS FAR AS OPTIONS OR CONDITION OF VEHICLE BEFORE PLACING YOUR BID. WE ARE VERY FORTHCOMING IN THIS REGARD BECAUSE OUR CUSTOMERS DESERVE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF QUALITY!!!

If you have any questions about this or any of our other auctions please feel free to contact us via e-mail at imotorsusa@gmail.com or you can call us at 630-904-9300. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you.

Sure, the tiptronic probably isn’t what most enthusiasts would specify, but it’s a fine transmission that works as a daily driver without issue. Further, while most enthusiasts would probably prefer getting a “S” model, this entry level Cayman is closer to the original spirit of the line – low weight and low power giving you a fun drive. This particular model seems well equipped with fog lights, 18″ sport wheels and I really love the color combination. There is a pleasant simplicity in the Cayman that is missing from most modern Porsches, and I think the entry level Cayman captures even more of that simplicity. Still, with close to 250hp on tap, it’s no slouch and would give most 1980s and 1990s sports cars a solid run for their money. As a budget entry level Porsche, the bang for the buck on this particular model seems to be pretty good!

-Carter

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3 Comments

  1. I live in New England, and I have a Boxster and a motorcycle. There just aren’t enough sunny warm days (that I’m not working or otherwise not able to take advantage of either one) to adequately utilize both. Therefore, I see a lot of value in the Cayman, since I’d get a lot more use out of that than the Boxster (driving a small convertible around with the top up isn’t really that much fun).

    As you noted, this particular example presents a dilemma. A base Cayman with a manual might not be as quick, but you can get the most out of it with the manual. I think I’d be OK with that. If this example was a Cayman S with the Tip, I think I could still convince myself. The autotragic would be offset by more power. And more power is always good. Unfortunately, this one is neither – less power, lesser transmission.

  2. Larry, true enough; though getting into an S will set you back the best part of another 10K right now.

  3. Agreed. One of the reasons why there’s no Cayman S in my garage…yet.

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