2008 Porsche Cayman S

Recently I looked at an interesting special-order color Cayman that had a few too many mods in an off-beat color combination to really be desirable:

2007 Porsche Cayman S

Well, I’m back with another odd color combination on a Cayman S, but I think this one is a whole lot more desirable. So let’s check out this Forest Green Metallic over Sand Beige leather 987 S:

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Year: 2008
Model: Cayman S
VIN: WP0AB29878U781395
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 63,524 mi
Location: Morrisville, Pennsylvania
Price: $25,900 Buy It Now

Vehicle Description
This is a great previously owned 2008 Porsche Cayman S Edition 6 SPEED MANUAL !

VERY LOW MILEAGE!

THIS BEAUTIFUL Porsche Cayman S LOADED WITH S PREMIUM PACKAGE:

PREMIUM LEATHER INTERIOR

3.4L None
6-Speed Manual Transmission
ABS Brakes
Flat 6 Cylinder Engine
Gasoline Fuel
Rear Wheel Drive

A/C
Adjustable Steering Wheel
AM/FM Stereo
Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
Bucket Seats
CD Player
Cruise Control
Driver Air Bag
Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror
Driver Vanity Mirror
Engine Immobilizer
Front Head Air Bag
Front Side Air Bag
Heated Mirrors
Intermittent Wipers
Keyless Entry
Leather Steering Wheel
Passenger Air Bag
Passenger Air Bag On/Off Switch
Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror
Passenger Vanity Mirror
Power Door Locks
Power Mirror(s)
Power Outlet
Power Steering
Power Windows
Rear Defrost
Rear Spoiler
Security System
Stability Control
Steering Wheel Audio Controls
Traction Control
Trip Computer
Universal Garage Door Opener
Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers

High Value Options:
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Climate Control
Fog Lamps
Heated Front Seat(s)
Navigation System
Power Driver Seat
Power Passenger Seat
Tire Pressure Monitor

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The engine on this vehicle is running properly. The mileage represented on this vehicle is accurate. This vehicle has a smooth shifting transmission. All power equipment is functioning properly. Overall, this vehicle’s exterior is clean. The interior is clean and in good condition.
If you have any questions about this or any of my other auctions please feel free to contact me via e-mail or you can call me at two six seven two 3 seven 3028 . Thank you for your interest and I look forward to hearing from you.

The seller shouts this one out as a Cayman Design Edition in the teaser, but I am pretty sure it is not as those were black with stripes. Of course, they also say that it’s got gray leather in the teaser, when it is clearly tan inside. What we have is a nicely equipped Cayman S in the unusual Forest Green Metallic and the color looks great. It’s got heated and leather-covered sports seats, a three-spoke sport steering wheel, 19″ Sport Design wheels, automatic climate control, Sport Chrono Package Plus, bi-xenon headlights, and the Preferred Package, which added color crests on the wheels, self-dimming mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, Bose, the aforementioned seat heaters, and tan floor mats. Condition appears to be good over, but it’s also not super low mileage and it’s definitely not pristine. The paint protection film in particular looks a bit tired. Still, it’s got less mileage than the last car, is more stock, is a nicer color combination, and is $4,000 cheaper. At $25,000, a nice example of the Cayman S seems to offer a lot of performance and the Porsche driving experience for not a lot of money. Upgrade the IMS and drive away without worrying about residual value!

-Carter

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4 Comments

  1. IMS is not serviceable on this model but more durable.

  2. james Fuerstenberg

    That color looks like the 997.2 911 launch edition color for 2009. I looked at several when I was searching. Nice color, but too metallic for my taste. Amusing that the dealer says “VERY LOW MILEAGE” …not at 63K.

  3. That is a really nice looking Cayman. That green is a really great color. Again, IMS issues affect a tiny number of cars compared to what the internet would like you to believe. Single digit numbers are affected. And yes, funny about the “very low mileage”…20k is low mileage. 63k is just reasonable.

  4. Tim is correct – the 2006-2008 (plus some 2005s) M96/M97 engines have a more reliable IMSB, but they can also fail. What are the odds of this one failing? It’s a low risk statistically, but any buyer of these cars should be aware of the risk. Personally I would buy an early 2005 model and replace the bearing.

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