From the first time I saw the 981 I was smitten. The redesign seemed to bring both the Boxster and Cayman into their own better than with previous designs, but it was the Cayman that really caught my eye. The slightly longer wheelbase seems to work very well with the body. It also has a Ferrari 430 look about it, though I’m honestly not sure how I feel about that since the 430 is far from my favorite Ferrari (even if it’s an improvement on its predecessor). Regardless, I like the 981 Cayman quite a bit. That the model culminated with the absolutely wonderful GT4 has drawn me to it even further.
I don’t tend to feature them all that often, but this one caught my eye. It’s more subtlety pretty than something that’ll stop you in your tracks. The dark blue is elegant, rather than flashy, and the total package seems a desirable one. Here we have a Dark Blue Metallic 2015 Porsche Cayman S, located in St. Louis, with Luxor Beige interior and 39,365 miles on it. It’s equipped with power sport seats and a 6-speed manual transmission. Excellent!
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Model: Cayman S
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 39,365 mi
Price: $49,998 Buy It Now
Thank you for considering our 1 owner Certified Cayman S with the rare manual transmission. This Porsche has a clean, accident free CarFax report and has just been inspection by our service department.
Work just completed on this Porsche:
– 4 new tires installed
– Service just completed to Porsche specs.
– Complete interior and exterior detail
– MO State safety and emissions inspection
19″ Cayman S Wheels
Wheel center caps with colored Porsche Crest
Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS)
Multifunction steering wheel
EET Interior Package Painted i.c.w. Standard Interior
N4 Dark Blue Metallic
Power Sport Seats (14-way) with Memory Package
Premium Package Plus i.c.w. Power Sport Seats (14-way)
Infotainment Package with BOSE
Standard Interior in Luxor Beige
Instrument dials in White
Center console trim painted
While I don’t typically think much about sub-40K mileage, it is a decent numbers of miles for a Cayman that’s only two years old. It’s clearly put in a lot of work in that short time and you certainly can find many with less miles. This one seems priced reasonably because of that mileage and that’s why it remains worth consideration.
That and the colors, which I like quite a bit. I really like the way the painted console and other interior trim contrasts with the rest of the interior. Unlike the RS Green GT3 RS I featured a couple of days ago, the painted trim here doesn’t jump out at you. In fact, I barely noticed it at first. The detail shots show it well though and it’s a great touch to liven up the interior a little bit.
You’ll obviously want to make sure its servicing has been kept up to date through all of these early miles, but overall the condition looks befitting of a two-year-old car. 325 horses, 6-speed, lovely color combination, and all for under $50K. Given the mileage you even may be able to knock that price down a little more. Not bad for a Cayman S that’ll still have plenty of fantastic motoring ahead of it.