Porsche introduced the Boxster roadster in 1996, intended to slot beneath the 911 and open up its sports car offerings to a broader market. The Boxster range was priced to be beneath the 911's entry price, and it sold like the proverbial hot cakes. With the second generation entering the market in 2005, Porsche created a fastback coupe variant and called it the Cayman. This 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman S is from the fourth generation, which tells you how popular Porsche's entry-level sports car continues to be. Bearing just 5,600 miles, it's a great ticket to the Porsche lifestyle without having to splash out on a 911, and it can be your weekend toy.
What do you do when you have an uber-successful model like the Porsche 911? Well, Porsche went ahead and started building the mid-engined two-seater Porsche Boxster and Cayman sports cars. The latest generation produced in 2016 and marketed as the Porsche 982 is a nod to Porsche's past success on the track thanks to the legendary 718. Porsche kicked it up a notch by introducing the 718 Cayman GT4 variant. Up for grabs is a 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 with just 3,570 miles on the odometer and ready for you to take her home.
Since 2005, the Cayman nameplate has appeared on the fixed-head variant of Porsche’s popular entry-level sports car, the Boxster. Porsche wanted a model to slot in below their iconic 911, and the Boxster was born in 1996 to fulfil that need. It’s been one of their best-selling models since then. The fourth generation, or Type 982 would see the naming convention slightly changed to incorporate the 718 name, which is from Porsche’s historical annals, as their racing car which won the Targa Florio in 1959 and 1960. What’s on sale here is a 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Coupe in pristine order, with just 1,200 miles on the clock. It’s pretty much a brand-new car that you can buy right now, no waiting lists or supply chain delays to contend with.