2007 Porsche Cayman - £14,495

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This is a very interesting car, a little more modern than our usual fare but fun nevertheless. This is a 2007/07 Porsche Cayman featuring the Tiptronic S Gearbox. She is finished in Atlas Grey with Grey Interior and has covered 64k Miles from new with a Full Service History from new. The history is a mix of main deler and specialist stamps, with the last service taking place in July 2021 at 63k Miles. The current owner bought the car from specialist Beck Evans in Kent in 2019 and has enjoyed her since then. The car drives perfectly and is ready for many more miles. A real feature of this car is the upgrade of the factory PCM2 to a Pioneer AVIC-Z7210DAB SatNav/DAB Radio/Bluetooth stereo unit, which brings the infotainment up to date.

First launched in 1996, the Porsche Boxster redefined what was possible – and even desirable – in your bargain basement sportscar. And, while the Boxster languished a little as a result of its undeserved reputation as a bit of a hairdressers’ car - a moniker it shared with the Mazda MX-5, another sportscar that placed the emphasis more on handling than outright performance – the Cayman is up there as one of the best, if not the best, handling cars of all time.

Mid-engined and sporting only two seats, the Cayman and Boxster shared their underpinnings; a 2.5-litre, normally aspirated flat-six engine powered the first Boxster (model number 986) and the engine size and power output slowly rose over the years with the base model gaining a 2.7-litre, and the sportier ‘S’ a 3.2-litre, in 2000. The Cayman 987 arrived in 2005 and was manufactured in Finland until 2012 after which time production switched to Germany. The entry level model had a 2.7-litre engine and a five-speed gearbox, while the ‘S’ had a 3.4-litre engine and a six-speed manual; the five-speed Tiptronic gearbox was available for both models.

This car is in a lovely condition, in the most desirable colour scheme, with some nice options, including the Tiptronic S gearbox, 18" Alloys and upgraded Sat Nav. She has a low mileage for the year, andis ready for daily use!