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2016 Porsche Cayman GT4

I was torn over whether to feature this car. It has some very alluring attributes: not only is it the performance obsessed Cayman GT4, but it comes in a fairly rare Carrara White Metallic exterior. The mileage remains fairly low and the price isn’t too bad relative to most examples of the GT4 I’ve seen. Not everything is great though. First, someone has stuck a bunch of decals on it. We’re also not told much about it. Most of those details can likely be worked out given this is a nearly new car. It’s said to be accident free, which is good, but there’s probably more to look through here than the typical GT4 for sale. Nonetheless, I think the exterior color is an important consideration on its own. I’ve seen very few GT4s in white so those on the lookout for one likely will want to put in the legwork to figure out the details.

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Year: 2016
Model: Cayman GT4
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 4,802 mi
Price: $98,888 Buy It Now

2016 Cayman GT4. Low Miles.
2016 Porsche Cayman GT4. Carrara White Metallic on Black Alcantara Interior. Under 5K Miles. Accident Free Carfax. One Owner Car. Flawless Car Inside And Out. 3M Front Bra.Light Design Package.Center Console Trim Painted. Books and Spare Key.Seat Heating.Fire Extinguisher.
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I’m not sure if they were standard, but I actually like the red wheels on this GT4. I’m guessing the owner was attempting to mimic the GT3 RS, which sometimes featured a similar contrast. I don’t mind the decals on the wing, though I wouldn’t be mad if they were removed, nor the red end plates on the wing. The random GT4 decals on the rest of the car…those need to be removed immediately. My assumption is that none of that requires too much work so it shouldn’t be a huge deal. And heck, for all I know the selling dealer simply may have stuck them on as a way to make sure buyers knew what model this is and they’d be removed at sale. Who knows? As I said I like the red and white contrast of the wheels and exterior. The rest can probably be worked out in whatever way the owner desires.

As for the price, as I noted above I don’t think it’s too bad for one of the more rare GT4 colors. This isn’t a particularly well optioned GT4, meaning it doesn’t come with the high-priced, and very desirable, bucket seats or PCCB. Nor sport chrono. That partly explains the lower price relative to other examples. Of course, if you don’t mind the absence of those features then that’s no problem and while quite pricey and not always easy to find you could always add the seats yourself. So on the surface this GT4 is a little bit of a mixed bag, but I think most of the “issues” are an easy fix and from there it comes down to how badly you want one in Carrara White.


One Comment

  1. Arun
    Arun January 20, 2018

    I wish Porsche made the GT4 with the ‘touring’ package similar to the current gen GT3, without the spoiler. It’ll be the ultimate sleeper Cayman.

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