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Signal Yellow 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4

I had one thought when I first saw this 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4: “Please let it be Signal Yellow.” From the thumbnail it looked like it might be, but lighting and small pictures can deceive and don’t always yield what appears at first glance.

It is Signal Yellow.

Like many of Porsche’s vintage colors Signal Yellow is a long time favorite and one of the colors that always will attract my notice. Though it doesn’t always work as well on modern Porsches as it did on the early models on which it debuted. A while back I featured a Signal Yellow GT3 and while the color looked great on that car, it just wasn’t quite as great as on an early 911. It’s the lack of contrasts. Those early cars had chromes and blacks on various exterior pieces that complemented well that bright yellow paint. The GT4 is similar to the GT3 in that regard, but the color still looks really good and its brightness combines well with the spirit of the machine to produce a phenomenal result.

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Year: 2016
Model: Cayman GT4
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 4,380 mi
Price: $116,995 Buy It Now

2016 Porsche Cayman GT4
Certified Pre-Owned Paint To Sample GT4 in Signal Yellow over Black Leather interior. Over $22,000 in factory options including Ceramic Brakes, Full Bucket Seats, Extended Range Fuel Tank, Illuminated Door Sills, Aluminum Foot Pedals, Fire Extinguisher, and much more! This GT4 had an MSRP of $108,025 and was sold new and serviced at Porsche Colorado Springs. The Certified Pre-Owned warranty is good until June 30, 2022 or an additional 50,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The entire front hood, fenders, and bumper are protected by a clear mask that was installed before the first drive. Our Factory Trained Technicians just completed the 111 point Certified Pre-Owned inspection which also included replacing all 4 tires.

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BASE Cayman GT4 84,600.00
085 Extended Range Fuel Tank, 16.91 gal 0.00
25041 Exterior Paint to Sample 0.00
450 Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) 7,400.00
509 Fire Extinguisher 140.00
581 Passenger footwell storage net 0.00
620 Bi-Xenon Headlights in Black incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) 690.00
78 Leather interior, Black (stitching in Platinum Grey) 1,090.00
789 Code for Exterior Paint to Sample 0.00
802 Wings in Black 0.00
98 Exterior Paint to Sample Non-Metallic 5,500.00
EFA Pedals and footrest in Aluminum 535.00
P11 Full bucket seats 4,730.00
P1B Anodized Black Brushed Aluminum Interior Package i.c.w. Leather Interior 325.00
XDK Wheels Painted in Satin Black 685.00
XUB Headlight Cleaning System Covers in Exterior Color 295.00
XXB Door-Sill Guards in Stainless Steel, Illuminated 825.00
XYB Fuel Cap with Aluminum Look Finish 160.00
Total Options 22,375.00

Total Order 108,025.00

Like the other PTS GT4s we’ve featured this one is priced quite high. Additionally, while the mileage remains low it is higher than your typical GT4 on the market, especially one of these rare PTS examples. So the price will be tough. It is a very well optioned GT4 with both the PCCB and full bucket seats so when we add that to the PTS exterior I do think there will be some interest here.

The most direct comparison would be the Riviera Blue GT4 I featured a few months ago. At $119K its price was a little higher; it had a lot lower mileage (630 mi), but while it had the bucket seats, it lacked the PCCB. Given the price of those brakes that makes the price here look a little better. All together the color and options may make this the ideal GT4. The Riv Blue one is still for sale, we’ll have to see what happens with this one.



  1. Fstntq
    Fstntq November 14, 2017

    Beautiful, if they get the full $119K, will they properly inflate the tires?!

  2. MrMan
    MrMan November 16, 2017

    What’s with the stain on the driver’s seat?

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