If we were to say that the 718 Cayman is a distinguished fellow, we wouldn’t be wrong at all, for indeed it is. The 2017 version choose an practical modern drivetrain.
It is a turbocharged four-cylinder with a powerful 2.5-liter flat-4 produces 350 hp and 309 lb-ft of torque. You may also settle on the 2.0-liter flat-four engine that will generate 300 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque.
As far back as 2017, Porsche had given the Cayman some tweaked safety features such as antilock brakes, plenty of airbags for the driver and passanger, traction and stability control as well as front and ear parking sensors among others. The there is Porsche’s Side Impact Protection System as well as Porsche Car Connect which is an optional add on for emergency telephone assistance that can be paired to a smartphone.
In 2019, several updates have come home on the 718. It now carries a sport-exhaust system as standard the Car Connect service is now standard. The car connects service is a well tuned and tech-responsive feature that allows enables remote services through which you can get vehicle-status updates as well as vehicle tracking connected right through a smartphone app.
Inside the Cayman, Porsche has made things even much easier. The standard gauge is properly simplified, the seats are comfortable and the proper placement of controls enable easy access and from the driver’s seat.
The Cayman is priced at $57,950 for the base, $70,350 for the mid-level S-trim and a colossal $81,75 for the GTS. Notwithstanding, this car continues to be an amusing outfit for sporty enthusiasts.
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