Last post on Sep 22, 2006 at 9:21 AM
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Porsche Cayman, Coupe
Article comments for First Drive: 2007 Porsche Cayman - Our weekend thrash of the new standard/regular/base/normal 2007 Porsche Cayman on German back roads and autobahns instantly revealed that this S-less wŁnder retains much of the inherent goodness and finely honed driving behavior of the original high-performance, 2-seat, midengine/rear-drive Cayman S coupe. (more)
#8 of 9 Re: Article Comments: 2007 Porsche Cayman First Drive [bgsntth]
Sep 21, 2006 (6:04 pm)
Thanks for the info. We've signed for a 10,000/4 yr. lease but we're not taking delivery until about Xmas.
Acq Fee: $795
Gross Cap: $?
Cap Cost Reduction: $ 0
Doc Prep: $250
Monthly including Tax: $650
Drive-off with 1st month: $1,730
MF: 0.00346% or 8.3%
Sounds like a good deal. We had issues trying to get any local Porsche dealers to follow up, even though we have a 2003 Boxster (that would include our previous salesman). After writing a letter, we got the franchise owner involved and we feel he's made us a fair offer, although obviously certain items are subject to change. We too were geared towards the monthly payment. I absolutely love my Boxster, so I'm sure this car will be great fun too. There aren't that many Boxsters around here, so there certainly will be less Caymans. Thanks for your input!
#9 of 9 Congratulations
Sep 22, 2006 (9:21 am)
Looks like you got a great deal too, and verified that my doc and license fees were indeed padded. But I belive my purchase price was straight invoice, so they had to pad it somewhere. I know I got the straight MF from Porsche Finance.