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2016 Porsche Cayman S

I’m not exactly going out on any limbs and predicting something that others aren’t seeing, but the 981 Porsche Cayman is aging very well. It’s a great size, the tech is more than adequate, but the real star of the show is the MA1 flat-6. It is a wonderfully balanced engine that sounds great, kicks out 325 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque, and won’t kill you in service costs. However, I think one of the biggest reasons the 981 is holding strong, is that it isn’t a 718. Hear me out here.

Unless you spring for the GTS 4.0 or GT4, the 718 chassis gets a lot of kickback because of the MA2 turbocharged flat-4. Don’t get me wrong, I want to love the 718. I think it looks great, the interior is extremely nice for the price point, but I just can’t love, or even like, the MA2 engine. Every time I hear one start up, I am having flashbacks to 2005 Subaru WRXs. I am not alone here. Because of this, I’d much rather buy the older car for the engine alone. Today’s car, a 2016 Cayman S, looks to be one of the finer examples I’ve come across of the 981 chassis in the past few years. Why? Well, it has 955 miles on it. That’s it. 955.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2016 Porsche Cayman S on eBay

Year: 2016
Model: Cayman S
VIN: WP0AB2A81GK185074
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 955 mi
Location: San Ramon, California
Price: $72,900

Star City Motors presents this stunning 2016 Porsche Cayman S for sale. Agate Gray Metallic on Black leather makes for a very desirable color combination. Only 955 original miles! One Owner, Certified Clean CARFAX – no accidents. Always garaged, absolutely gorgeous condition! Just serviced, ready to go.

Options include:
(PDK) Automatic Transmission
Steering wheel heating
20″ Carrera Classic Wheels
Wheel center caps with colored Porsche Crest
ParkAssist (Front and Rear) with Reversing Camera
Power Steering Plus
Voice Control
Power folding side mirrors
Multifunction steering wheel
Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
Leather interior in Black
Exterior package painted
Agate Grey Metallic
Power Sport Seats (14-way) with Memory Package
Premium Package Plus (Sport Seats, 14-way)
Infotainment Package with BOSE® Surround Sound System
Sun Visors in Leather
Porsche Crest on headrests
Door-Sill Guards in Stainless Steel, Illuminated

Never tracked or raced, extremely well maintained, garage kept. PPF/Clear Bra applied on full hood, fenders, front bumper and side mirrors. Original MSRP was $91,230.

Build sheet: https://vinanalytics.com/car/WP0AB2A81GK185074/

Carfax link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L7cg0jQMzgSO5I3vBoSH-x9IrkXalf5C/view?usp=sharing

Comes complete with build sheet, Owners manuals, Booklets, Service records and both keys. Just serviced, ready to go.

Priced at $72,900 for quick sale. Call or Text Chris at (415) 793-4864 for an appointment. Star City Motors, The Luxury Auto Broker. Financing available with excellent rates and terms. All trade-ins accepted. Showroom address: Showroom Address: 25 Beta Ct #K, San Ramon, CA 94583 – Shown by appointment only – Call today before its gone!

If you missed the boat back in 2016 for a new Cayman S, well the boat is back at the dock and it is ready to sail again. I think this is one of the better opportunities at the “new-old” cars you see pop up from time to time with a few hundred miles on it especially since this one isn’t priced crazy. Why?

Sticker price on this car in 2016 was $91,230. Today, it has an asking price of $72,900. In the world of crazy Porsche prices, this seems like the deal of the year. A nearly $20,000 discount for less than 1,000 miles? What year is it? Did we travel back in time where modern Porsches sell for way less than sticker? I honestly can’t believe this one has stuck around as long as it has.

– Andrew

2 Comments

  1. Dan
    Dan July 7, 2022

    I’ve been keenly watching these as well and surprised they haven’t commanded a more significant premium for the same reasons you mentioned. I think the “discount” on this one (with next to no miles) can be attributed to no sport chrono package and no sport steering wheel. Those two options on a PDK equipped car, especially an S, definitely seem to command higher prices. And if you’ve ever driven one with the PSE, well that’s a special slice of heaven as well.

    Nice spot, Andrew.

    dc

  2. Steve Goodman
    Steve Goodman July 8, 2022

    A better choice would be a 2015/2016 Boxster GTS with 15-25,000 miles You get the missing Sports Chrono and most importantly you get sports exhaust.

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