FudgieAlpine A110 gets rave reviews, my main concern would be residual value...
DaveottoThe 718 is very Marmite but I see very little in way of alternatives at the price point for a new car so would be interested in members views on what would be their alternative choice to a Cayman, against the following criteria and why it would be better Budget: £50 - 65K for a new car Btw...I love Marmite Before I settled on my 718 Cayman S I considered the following but none could come close IMHO, AUDI TTRS BMW M2 comp packBMW M4 CoupeMercedes SLC43
MotorheadI have to agree with the above comments Dave. Mind you, £65k would buy you something like a used V-10 Audi R8...tempting?? Jeff
OliRThe new Supra perhaps? Though not everyone's cup of tea. There's a bit of a glut in the market in the 50-65k sports car section. The Cayman/Boxster stands out in my opinion, as the only one really being designed from the ground up as a sports car. ETA, come to think of it, Lotus Exige, Alfa 4C?
TwinfanI'd go for a BMW M2 Comp if I was buying a new car in that price range
geoff laneJust bought a M2 Comp as my daily
DaveottoFudgieAlpine A110 gets rave reviews, my main concern would be residual value...Saw one in the flesh for the first time a week or so ago and was not impressed, looks a bit like a cheap kit car upgrade based on a VW beetle
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