2020 718 Cayman GT4 6-Speed

They sure won't make them like they used to

At the launch of Porsche’s 982, I’m sure you could hear a collective groan from those in attendance as they announced that the next generation of Boxster and Cayman would ditch flat-six power for a turbocharged flat-four. Luckily for driving enthusiasts, the GT department had other ideas, instead opting to strip the 992’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter engine of its turbos and increase displacement to 4.0-liters. There’s no replacement for displacement. Am I right, Andreas?

This 2020 718 Cayman GT4 6-speed is finished in Black over a Black leather interior with Yellow stitching and shows just 3,000 miles on the odometer. It is well optioned with Porsche’s PCCB brakes, Full Bucket Seats, Chrono Package, BOSE, and more for an original MSRP of over $128,000 and features a Fabspeed Valvetronix X-pipe exhaust.

The Black paint is in excellent condition and looks sinister with its Satin Black wheels with Yellow PCCB brake calipers peeking out through the spokes. Close-up pictures show flawless paint and paint meter readings confirm that this example has zero paintwork. On the inside, the leather and Alcantara are just as clean. A showroom-new example with a handful of miles in an excellent spec.

For such a clean car, I was a bit surprised that it sold for only $120,000, which is a tad less than recent comps with similar mileage. But maybe I shouldn’t have been too surprised as the 718 GT4 market has slowed over the last twelve months going from an average of about $120,000 to just over $110,000 today. With the end of the model on the horizon and rumors of the next Boxster/Cayman only being offered as electric, I believe it’s only a matter of time before these hit a floor and bounce back up. They sure won’t make them like they used to.


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