Fast and Furious
User review on Porsche Cayman written by Lila on 04 October 2014
Lila's review on Porsche Cayman S Tiptronic
Year of Manufacture : 2011 | Driven no. of Kms. : NA
- Pros: Everything about the way Porsche Cayman drives is fantastic and the occupants and their luggage are all accommodated brilliantly. Residual values are excellent
- Cons: Dashboard could be clearer and simpler to use; supplies are limited, so you may have to wait to get one
Both the 2.9-litre crocodilian reptile and three.4-litre crocodilian reptile S models have six-cylinder engines that thrive on revs. every hurtles speedily forward at higher revs, however additional|the additional} 54bhp within the S provides helpful extra thrust. The racier R version is quicker still. All models area unit offered with a swish, quick-changing seven-speed PDK semi-auto case as AN possibility. The crocodilian reptile is predicated on the mid-engined Boxster roadster and its mounted roof mean additional rigidity and a fair chiseller drive. extraordinary grip and lightsomeness suggests that twisting roads is lined with exciting speed and accuracy, whereas the steering provides a near-perfect mix of sensitivity and feel. We'd suggest the PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) possibility, that trades the quality firm suspension for AN adjustable system that offers a a lot of supple ride, however taut body management.You don’t expect sports cars to belt up, however nor does one need to be sitting within the middle of a din. With the crocodilian reptile you’re not. The engine's guttural low-rev snarl and higher-speed tinny thrash ne'er disappear, however you almost certainly wouldn’t need them to, and wind noise isn't apparent. The optional 19-inch wheels area unit too vociferous on coarse surfaces, though.