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Used Porsche Cayman 2016-present review

Alternatives

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What alternatives should I consider to a used Porsche Cayman coupe?

The Alpine A110 is a real triumph. Its grin-inducing handling is unmatched at this level, and it’s also surprisingly cheap to run. It feels even lighter and more agile than the Cayman, if that’s possible, and for that reason it’s one of our favourites. Not many have filtered through to the used market yet, though. 

The evergreen Audi TT is a cracker, in whatever form, with a smooth, eager range of engines, darty handling and a beautiful interior. It’s as fast, in some of its variants and in many of its ways, as the Cayman, but perhaps lacks the special sparkle of the Porsche badge.

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Porsche Cayman T
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Verdict

The Cayman is beautifully built and a joy to drive. It’s one of our very favourite sports cars

  • Brilliant handling
  • Strong engines
  • Classy interior
  • Disappointing engine noise
  • Cheap-skate equipment list
  • Fuel economy not great