ORIGINAL: Rodney Naghar Daro, why did you call the attachments gay 1-6l? Is that what you think of the car?
who doesn't want the real deal with the folding roof
ORIGINAL: richardheeley You guys should drive the Cayman before you write it off. It won't be for everyone, but I've just switched over from a Boxster S and the Cayman is definitely a better driver's car. If you prefer having the sun on your head, then that's just fine, but personally I'd rather go round corners quicker... ...and I'm happy to pay for it too.
ORIGINAL: dereksharpuk Richard is quite right, if you want a convertable, buy a Boxster S. You won't do better. If you want an everyday car that is brilliant on track, buy, borrow or steal a Cayman
ORIGINAL: dereksharpuk OK John, beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder. Moreover, much that is said on this forum is subjective. However, owning a car is completely different than purely test driving one. As you know, in recent years I have owned some very exciting vehicles (no, not that MX5, though the 360 Modena was fun!) and can honestly say that Cayman S is the best car I have ever owned. Richard is quite right, if you want a convertable, buy a Boxster S. You won't do better. If you want an everyday car that is brilliant on track, buy, borrow or steal a Cayman
ORIGINAL: dereksharpuk each car is indeed better than the last... it's called improvement. Having owned two Boxsters, I found them unpleasant to drive long distances on motorways. Anyway, I waiting for the convertible Cayman..... (only joking)
ORIGINAL: dereksharpuk When (if) the Boxster S 3.4 is built it will be interesting to see if, like for like, it is still cheaper than Cayman S. Don't tell me that a Rolex is worth a thousand times more than a Timex!
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