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Porsche Cayman

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Porsche Cayman Coupe (2013 - 2016)

The new Cayman can no longer be considered just an entry-level Porsche: it’s a highly accomplished sports car that constitutes good value.
Our verdict

Is the Porsche Cayman a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Porsche Cayman interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Porsche Cayman performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Porsche Cayman how good does it look

Porsche Cayman practicality

Porsche Cayman drive

Porsche Cayman reliability

Porsche Cayman equipment

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

Porsche has worked hard on the interior design of its cars in the last few years and they’re now up there with the best of the German manufacturers. It doesn’t follow the current trend for cockpit-style wraparound dashboards, but has a more linear, T-shaped layout. The centre console descends from the dashboard, and contains the gear shift lever and the switchgear that affects the car’s driving dynamics – this has a definite motorsport-inspired feel. However, the multitude of buttons strewn across the dashboard and the variety of menus and sub-menus that you often have to scroll through to find what you’re looking for does take the sheen off what is, otherwise, a very lovely place to sit. The leather-covered dash, steering wheel, interior surfaces and seats (where optioned) add a premium ambience. All these elements add up to create a sense of being cossetted and cocooned in a high-quality sports car – which is enhanced when the engine just behind the seats fires up.
Porsche has worked hard on the interior design of its cars in the last few years and they’re now up there with the best of the German manufacturers. It doesn’t follow the current trend for cockpit-style wraparound dashboards, but has a more linear, T-shaped layout. The centre console descends from the dashboard, and contains the gear shift lever and the switchgear that affects the car’s driving dynamics – this has a definite motorsport-inspired feel. However, the multitude of buttons strewn across the dashboard and the variety of menus and sub-menus that you often have to scroll through to find what you’re looking for does take the sheen off what is, otherwise, a very lovely place to sit. The leather-covered dash, steering wheel, interior surfaces and seats (where optioned) add a premium ambience. All these elements add up to create a sense of being cossetted and cocooned in a high-quality sports car – which is enhanced when the engine just behind the seats fires up.

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

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