Overview & Reviews
For 2015 the biggest change to the Porsche Cayman is the high-performance GT4 trim level. The GT4 comes only with a six-speed transmission paired with a bigger, more powerful engine. Other trim levels are essentially unchanged apart from gaining a new rearview camera and parking sensors.
- Extensive personalization options.
- Exceptional handling
- Slick-shifting transmissions
- Rewarding and efficient engines
- Beautifully crafted interior
- Wimpy base stereo
- All those options mean the price can escalate quickly.
- Lack of storage space
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Totally engaging - 2015 Porsche Cayman
By cayman132 - December 17 - 8:51 pm
I've driven it for 1500miles and still look forward to every drive. I've owned other sports cars, yet none has come close to given me such driving bliss. My car has the PDK, and the 18" wheels, both are concessions to stop and go traffic and poorly maintained roads, yet it's still fantastically engaging. I recommend PASM, it improves ride on poor surfaces, yet on better roads improves handling. Although, I have the sport chrono package, I'm not sure it's worth it. I highly recommend upgrading to the Xenon lights. The heated seats are awesome and surprisingly in the winter you'll love the heated steering wheel. The Bose system is a must have if you like music. The build quality was perfect.