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    Talking So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    I have been a BMW guy forever, but my last one, the F30 335i, seemed to have lost all of the BMWness I used to love. I like driving fast and handling has always been of utmost importance to me.

    My dad has had two Boxsters and loves them, but he also has a massive garage and 3 vehicles to pick from. I like to keep my stable to one car and one or two motorcycles as much as possible. I never thought a Porsche would be a good daily driver. I was wrong.

    This thing is so much fun and makes even a boring commute better. The interior is great, I love looking at it and the quality is perfect. I have to force myself to stop looking at the car when I get out so people don't think there is something wrong with me. The handling and the sounds are sublime. Worth. Every. Penny.

    If you are on the fence, just do it. I was looking for a 987 for around 30k, but ultimately couldn't justify the older tech and increased maintenance with possible problems when for about 20k more I could have a car that's practically new with significantly better interior. I have always loved the looks of the Cayman. I never thought I would get a 981 but I am very happy I did.

    Approximate list of cars for me if you care:
    1990 Plymouth Laser (rebadged Mitsubishi Eclipse)
    1987 Mazda RX7 (loved that car)
    1986 BMW 528e (slow, but it started my love with BMW)
    1985 Ford Ranger (unbelievably reliable and bulletproof. I would take one again just to have a beater)
    1990 BMW 535i (this thing was a tank and I loved it. I learned so much about cars from this one)
    1998 BMW 328i (fantastic car and actually great on the track, but it taught me I can't stand tan interiors)
    1998 BMW Z3 2.8 (ultimately too small and that plastic rear window was horrible)
    2005 BMW Z4 3.0 (so much fun. I kept this car longer than any other)
    2008 Audi S5 (sounded amazing and was fun, but way too heavy)
    2015 4Runner (it was nice to be able to drive over whatever I wanted, but it was scary in how poorly it handled)
    2013 BMW 335i (probably my most disappointing car purchase)
    2014 Porsche Cayman S (all the happiness)
    2014 Cayman S - black on black - manual

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    I come from a similar background. Had a 2009 E9x M3 that I bought brand new. Kept it till March of last year after being disappointed with the M4. Swapped for the Spyder and could not be happier. I am astounded at how competent the car is. Could not agree more with your assessment that these mid engined Porsches are just all about happiness!! Wish you many happy motoring miles

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Sounds like you've had a similar experience with BMW as I had leading up to purchasing a Cayman S! I had to go and buy a 2016 M3 and blow the sales tax and depreciation on that car. I was losing so much sleep thinking I had bought the wrong car that I unloaded it weeks after it arrived in the US after European Delivery (which was awesome.)

    Also very happy with my Cayman S, and I don't see myself letting go except for something like a GT4 down the road. I'm convinced BMW's last great car was the 1 series. The 3er has just gotten too big and uninvolved. I loved BMW and still do, but my first car was an E30, and they just aren't the same anymore when it comes to involvement and fun. Porsche's still got it!
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    I would love to use my CS as a daily driver, but I really don't like having it parked where other cars can park beside me. I am not overly paranoid of door dings, (except when someone parks beside me, lol). In addition, parking spaces seem to have been on a diet since I was younger and I really prefer opening the car door all the way to get in and out, especially with winter boots.
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Amen, brother.

    I was thinking about Boxster for years, literally like 6 years since I testdrove and wanted one. Than one of my friends bought a-totally-impractical-for-him Corvette. Looking at the happiness on his face I decided what the hell, and pulled the trigger. My only regret is why didn't I do it sooner.
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Wow, lot of us here getting a Porsche after being utterly disappointed with BMW. I had 2011 E92 335i that I picked up in Munich. After couple of month after it got here, I couldn't stand driving it as a daily driver - way too much car to drive around here in traffic, it got very frustrating so my wife used it as a daily and I used her car. After 4 years of HPDEs it also got frustrating to drive on the track because of the turbo and fat. Let me not say a single word about what I think about F30 I got as a loaner twice - it made me not even want to test drive F80/F82 ///M cars.

    My Cayman was ordered as Euro Delivery, but I had to cancel that because of some stuff that happened in the family over there. I still wish I had it driven in Europe, but I am not going to lose any sleep over it. Excellent car, I keep begging and pleading to all deities to let me keep it as long as I want to drive it because, frankly, I see nothing on the market in my price range that I would buy if my Cayman gets totaled on the track or stolen. Not even from Porsche, especially after the news/rumors about GT4 RS being the only choice next.

    I think this car is perfection for people who care about driving and fun first and foremost. I do not see it as a daily driver at all. First, I am too old and inflexible/unfit to jump in and out of it multiple times a day. Second, I shudder at the thought of frustration and waste of miles and gasoline to roll around from A to B with other "drivers" around me here. If I lived in Northern Italy, France, Austria or Germany, I would certainly consider flexing in and out of it because I could actually drive it during the commute. Here? No way.

    halcyon, I am so glad for you that you did pull the trigger. Same words were spoken to me after I drove Cayman for the first time for parade laps during HPDE. I told the owner that I loved it and that I will think about getting it more seriously. He said "Stop thinking and just get it!". Boy, was he right! Enjoy it!


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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    I still have my 2003 BMW E46 330i and very well maintained and kept that my dealer is amazed on its condition for a 13 years old car. I liked it but after having my new 2016 Cayman Base, I went from like to I love and adore it. There is a reason why we get connected to this car and most likely how it was engineered and conceived. Have fun!

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by halcyon View Post
    I have been a BMW guy forever, but my last one, the F30 335i, seemed to have lost all of the BMWness I used to love. I like driving fast and handling has always been of utmost importance to me.

    My dad has had two Boxsters and loves them, but he also has a massive garage and 3 vehicles to pick from. I like to keep my stable to one car and one or two motorcycles as much as possible. I never thought a Porsche would be a good daily driver. I was wrong.

    This thing is so much fun and makes even a boring commute better. The interior is great, I love looking at it and the quality is perfect. I have to force myself to stop looking at the car when I get out so people don't think there is something wrong with me. The handling and the sounds are sublime. Worth. Every. Penny.

    If you are on the fence, just do it. I was looking for a 987 for around 30k, but ultimately couldn't justify the older tech and increased maintenance with possible problems when for about 20k more I could have a car that's practically new with significantly better interior. I have always loved the looks of the Cayman. I never thought I would get a 981 but I am very happy I did.

    Approximate list of cars for me if you care:
    1990 Plymouth Laser (rebadged Mitsubishi Eclipse)
    1987 Mazda RX7 (loved that car)
    1986 BMW 528e (slow, but it started my love with BMW)
    1985 Ford Ranger (unbelievably reliable and bulletproof. I would take one again just to have a beater)
    1990 BMW 535i (this thing was a tank and I loved it. I learned so much about cars from this one)
    1998 BMW 328i (fantastic car and actually great on the track, but it taught me I can't stand tan interiors)
    1998 BMW Z3 2.8 (ultimately too small and that plastic rear window was horrible)
    2005 BMW Z4 3.0 (so much fun. I kept this car longer than any other)
    2008 Audi S5 (sounded amazing and was fun, but way too heavy)
    2015 4Runner (it was nice to be able to drive over whatever I wanted, but it was scary in how poorly it handled)
    2013 BMW 335i (probably my most disappointing car purchase)
    2014 Porsche Cayman S (all the happiness)
    My car list is about like yours . . . but longer. (I've been buying cars since 1968. ) Enjoy your new Cayman S!
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Former BMW owner here. 7 in total. Highlights include E46 ZCP 6MT, E60 M5 6 MT, and F80. Our garage is now a CGTS and Macan S; couldn't be happier. BMW and Audi have lost their sports car personality; for the most part. I've also had a B6 S4 and B7 RS4. The new M3 is an absolute mess; too much technology, too much power. Happy to be now in the Stuttgart family!


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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    As you can tell, many BMW and former BMW owners here. We have 5 cars: the Cayman S, my wife drives a Tesla (powered by our solar panels), college daughter drives wife's "old" 2011 328xi, the "pick up truck" (2008 six-speed 328i wagon), and a 1982 Alpina c1 2.3 I'm restoring. I've restored 3 tii's, a 2002 touring (in inka) that I rebuilt to Alpina A4s spec and owned two dozen other 1970s, 80s and 90s BMWs, including a beautiful but temperamental golf yellow 3.0CSL. BMW seems to have gone astray after the e46 (although the e9x is fine for the wife and kids). My e34 was nice but the e39 sucked. The Cayman has all the characteristics of the best BMWs -- great engine, great handling, great reliability.
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Congrats and welcome to the club. I joined the Porsche marque back in 2008 with the purchase of my 06 C2S. I too came from BMW but was sniffing around an Aston Martin Vantage until I drove the Porsche. Wow. I still remember the test drive with the engine screaming away behind me. Since then I've been through a few and finanlly settled on the Cayman. It's a fantastic car. Enjoy it and thanks for posting!
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by inkatouring View Post
    As you can tell, many BMW and former BMW owners here. We have 5 cars: the Cayman S, my wife drives a Tesla (powered by our solar panels), college daughter drives wife's "old" 2011 328xi, the "pick up truck" (2008 six-speed 328i wagon), and a 1982 Alpina c1 2.3 I'm restoring. I've restored 3 tii's, a 2002 touring (in inka) that I rebuilt to Alpina A4s spec and owned two dozen other 1970s, 80s and 90s BMWs, including a beautiful but temperamental golf yellow 3.0CSL. BMW seems to have gone astray after the e46 (although the e9x is fine for the wife and kids). My e34 was nice but the e39 sucked. The Cayman has all the characteristics of the best BMWs -- great engine, great handling, great reliability.
    BTW - I love the look of your car. Great combo.
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    So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Thanks for the welcome. Yes, it's unfortunate that BMW is caught up in the power battle. So much so that the new M5 has to be AWD. I reckon the F80 M3 would work better with some front traction too. The stability control constantly intervenes that it's almost pointless to have that much HP and TQ essentially wasted. I love how BALANCE figures into the Porsche approach for almost every vehicle. Hopefully they maintain this mentality moving forward!

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by k3v7n View Post
    Thanks for the welcome. Yes, it's unfortunate that BMW is caught up in the power battle. So much so that the new M5 has to be AWD. I reckon the F80 M3 would work better with some front traction too. The stability control constantly intervenes that it's almost pointless to have that much HP and TQ essentially wasted. I love how BALANCE figures into the Porsche approach for almost every vehicle. Hopefully they maintain this mentality moving forward!
    Porsche has been able to fight off a lot of outside influence in their sports cars with the profits from the Cayenne, the Panamera, and of late the Macan. With the exception of the much debated / trashed electric steering and the irritating auto-off button they've remained true to their racing DNA. Even the 718 with the controversial turbo'd H4 is a remarkable car, or so I hear. I've yet to drive one. And that's the quirky thing about Porsche - from the original 911 rear engine placement, to the intro of the water-cooled 996 with it's "egg-white" headlights, and now the turbo 4H, - they just don't care that much about controversy and rather blast their way to success with brilliant marketing programs!
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by k3v7n View Post
    Thanks for the welcome. Yes, it's unfortunate that BMW is caught up in the power battle. So much so that the new M5 has to be AWD. I reckon the F80 M3 would work better with some front traction too. The stability control constantly intervenes that it's almost pointless to have that much HP and TQ essentially wasted. I love how BALANCE figures into the Porsche approach for almost every vehicle. Hopefully they maintain this mentality moving forward!
    Balance and feel over horsepower any day!

    The F80 M3 traction control was so aggressive that if I tried to start off from a stop light with medium power (say 1/3 throttle), it would think the rear tires were going to break loose, and killed the throttle. This would send my foot forward into the gas pedal more (6MT, not DCT). When the car decided to let me have power again it would lurch my foot back again, but the TC would still kick in and kill it again because the throttle position was so much more towards the floor from the lurch.

    This led into an oscillation between the traction control and my right foot, and my neck, which could only be stopped by opening the clutch until the car settled down. Nasty bucking bronco experience, and completely unexpected on dry pavement at a stoplight at nowhere near WOT. As you can guess, I found this completely unacceptable. The oscillation was so bad that I thought the car was going to break the driveshaft. I got rid of it before that happened and couldn't be happier.

    My Cayman S does none of that crap. The traction control will happily let you drift the car at 45 degrees in Sport mode without intervening. I found this out, completely unexpected, getting on the freeway one day when a fun little joyride turned into "Hi, that was a camber change and you carried too much speed... Learn to counter steer *right now* or you're going to total it and very likely hurt several people. Maybe you'll also smash that Honda who slammed his brakes because you scared the living **** out of him on a public road. Either way, you are a reckless idiot!"

    Learned many lessons during that experience, the very least of which was that I did figure out how to counter-steer my way out of that one particular situation. Not something I care to repeat on a public road. Time to go do some HPDEs.

    So no, BMW traction control and Porsche's implementation are nothing alike. Don't assume like I did and make an *** of yourself, please. =)
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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingMouse View Post
    Balance and feel over horsepower any day!


    My Cayman S does none of that crap. The traction control will happily let you drift the car at 45 degrees in Sport mode without intervening. I found this out, completely unexpected, getting on the freeway one day when a fun little joyride turned into "Hi, that was a camber change and you carried too much speed... Learn to counter steer *right now* or you're going to total it and very likely hurt several people.
    The Cayman stability control will let you get well out of shape in Sport and Sport + modes, but it is still there to sort the car out before you lose it completely. Of course, it can't override the laws of physics - if you go stupidly fast into a bend it will stop you spinning, but you'll still fly off the road.

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    I also agree that the HP battle is a bit unfortunate... At some point it's going to stop/slow, and it seems maybe we are at that tipping point, but we shall see... BMW almost has to go that direction, as their main competitors - MB, Audi, Cadillac, etc are going all 'hot-rod', and they can't afford to fall behind those guys... While there are many enthusiasts, like us on message boards, who would prefer the 'driver focused' direction, the reality is that the vast majority of their customers, even for cars like the M3, and not cross-shopping to cayman's and 911, but to C/E/CLS63, S4/5, CTS-V, etc, etc - luxury hot-rods, some with 2, some with 4 doors, but all with somewhat functional seats and lots of room... A track or enthusiast version without a bunch of the crap woudl be great, but too expensive to develop 2 completely unrelated systems for a low-volume car at that price point...

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky981 View Post
    ... and now the turbo 4H, - they just don't care that much about controversy and rather blast their way to success with brilliant marketing programs!
    I can tell you this. I jumped in unprepared, financially unsecured (don't worry, I am a wuss financially and belt-and-suspenders guy ) and unplanned into 981 Cayman S. It all turned out great. Money I left in cash for famine went back into the investments, business is better than expected and I am enjoying heck out of the 981 - one of the best and luckiest decisions I made. All that said, if I were to shop now, I can assure you Porsche would NOT extract $80 k out of my pocket, no matter how brilliant their marketing. Since Porsche went turbo, I would probably have gone with M2. I frankly have no idea what I would do if I total my car or if it gets stolen - I really don't like the idea of buying used one and I am picky as hell when it gets to my cars. Most in my life were ordered. Anything I can afford is turbocharged now. Frankly, not interested in any of those.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgent View Post
    I also agree that the HP battle is a bit unfortunate... At some point it's going to stop/slow, and it seems maybe we are at that tipping point, but we shall see... BMW almost has to go that direction, as their main competitors - MB, Audi, Cadillac, etc are going all 'hot-rod', and they can't afford to fall behind those guys...
    I disagree with list of "competitors". Frankly, Audi and Cadillac never were and MB is simply German car with RWD that costs similar money. I am not buying into "we had to do it" and especially so with huge success with largely profitable cars-on-stilts. IMO, they should have known better and stopped when they realized they need AWD on their performance cars. Besides, they already market their performance cars as separate chassis (F30 vs F80, for example) - so it is time to deliver on that or go home.

    Full disclosure, I am actually sad, not mad. BMW (E21 323i) was the first car I fell in love with - about 20-25 years before I even really looked at first Porsche that caught my eye.


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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Former E92 owner, took it in for an oil change, was told the oil drain plug was stripped and it would cost 2k to replace the oil pan. Warranty wouldn't cover it since they considered it wear and tear. Sold it two days later and bought a CS. Never regretted it one bit. Also got money back for my warranty

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    Re: So happy I pulled the trigger and bought a Cayman S

    Quote Originally Posted by chewbaccam View Post
    Former E92 owner, took it in for an oil change, was told the oil drain plug was stripped and it would cost 2k to replace the oil pan. Warranty wouldn't cover it since they considered it wear and tear. Sold it two days later and bought a CS. Never regretted it one bit. Also got money back for my warranty
    I never could warm up to the e92. I loved the sound of the M3 V8, but it was too thirsty and too heavy and wasn't really that sporty. Give me a light weight sports car any day.
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