As prices of Porsche 911s seem to be running away and value-for-money on used examples gets worse and worse, it only makes sense to maybe check out what the used Cayman market has to offer. I’ve said many times that I’m not a huge fan of the 718 unless it has a flat-six, so that means backing up to the 981 generation – where you can have all the flat-six you desire. Today’s car, a 2016 Cayman S up for sale in Miami, seems to check all the boxes if you want a really optioned 981 without spending crazy money.
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Model: Cayman S
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 48,900 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
KEY FEATURES AND OPTIONS
Comes equipped with: Air Conditioning, MP3, Bluetooth.
This Porsche Cayman also includes Power Passenger Seat, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Mirrors, ABS Brakes, Fog Lights, Passenger Airbag, Intermittent Wipers, Side Airbags, Dynamic Stability, Keyless Entry, Rear Defogger, Security System, AM/FM, CD Player, Touch Screen, Rear Spoiler, Sport Seats, Center Arm Rest, Cup Holders, Vanity Mirrors, Heated Mirrors, Rear Fog Lamps, Side Curtain Airbags, Roll Stability Control, Tire Pressure Monitor, Premium Sound, Carpeted Floor Mats, Aux. Audio Input, HID Headlamps.
I’m a fan. Dark Blue Metallic over black leather with matching blue trim. Some heavy options on this one like 20″ Carrera S wheels, PDLS, ParkAssist, Premium Package Plus, Sport Chrono, Power Steering Plus, and the nice heated and ventilated seats. Extra points for a one-owner car that split time between Texas and Florida along with dealer service the whole time. What isn’t to like?
Well, I think the price is a little high for the mileage. $55,000 for 49,000 miles isn’t a great value considering what we are seeing cars sell for with a fraction of that mileage. This one is for sale at The Collection in Miami, which is also Ferrari/McLaren/Audi/Land Rover/Aston Martin dealer, so they aren’t losing sleep over a used Cayman priced $6,000 too high. Still, not a bad idea in general if you are looking for something for value.