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PDK 2.0 (A)
$273,988
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- 14.2km/L 300bhp 7-speed (A) PDK
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S PDK 2.5 (A)
$331,788
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- 13.5km/L 350bhp 7-speed (A) PDK
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GTS 4.0 (M)  New Variant
$402,488
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- 9km/L 400bhp 6-speed (M)
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Porsche 718 Cayman
4 stars - based on 3 reviews
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First Drive - Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 2.5 (A)
16 Jul 2018  |  Porsche Reviews
With its sharper powertrain and lowered suspension, the Porsche 718 Cayman GTS is a potent mid-engine track weapon.
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Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe 2.0 vs Porsche 718 Cayman PDK 2.0
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An EXCELLENT piece of German Heritage an...  
 
Went to look at this 718 at Porsche 70th anniversary. First looks. Impressive though similar linings to the other sporty Porsche's. Inside is simple yet reachable gadgets and buttons you have. Plus a poach of luxury sports coupe you can expect to see in a Porsche. Take off or pickup was excellent, drive was great in gear shifts, stability, cornering and handling. Only thing is price unless you have a deep pockets to own and maintain it. Overall. It's a great piece of German engineering to have if you want a sporty drive.
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Better Investment than Bitcoin  
 
Before I get into the whole V6 versus Turbo in-line 4 that journalists loved to loathe about, the most important thing to note is that the 718 is actually an asset to own! As the world's most customizable brand, Porsche eventually listened to the purists droning and decided the next 718 will be the most powerful yet - and have a V6. In actual fact, it is now clear that Porsche has started to ensure that their car value, unlike other brands, will appreciate with time due to each model's uniqueness. I must say that I only had a chance to drive the Cayman S. From a test drive perspective, it was much easier to impress a potential buyer with those exhaust crackles in the tunnels and lip-smackingly remind you of the roast meat stall aunty running her knife over crispy pork skin. The last thing i remember looking this good and sounding as good are the Phantom speakers by Devialet. Ofcourse Porsche knew someone would draw such parallels and came up with their own 911 Soundbar. Also, if I was really such an audiophile, I would have driven the Boxster top down. I love the hard top Cayman - I may not be much of an audio nut and hence don't really miss the V6 hymns. Plus the minions in Orchard Road carparks are atas enough to develop a penchant for pooping on soft-top canvasses. The new addition to the whole Porsche feel is the added face-rip torque that comes from turbo kicking in. Strangely it feels awfully similar to cruder small turbo-engined cars like the VW GTI - which is great as a driver, but not so much as a passenger. As with most of its predecessors, it also feels very planted - gripping somewhere in perfect harmony between the Toyota 86 and the Nissan GTR. The whole 50-50 weight distribution is still rock solid despite turbo redistributing forces towards body roll departments. Although for this price point, it attracts the kind of buyer not fuelled by bitcoin wealth and more of a success story kind.The 718 is definitely for the long-term keeper. Unless, if you happen to be a fan of David Attenborough's narration of wild Jaguars hunting river Cayman - do take a look at the new 2.0 Jaguar F-Type as well.
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