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What do you think might be the better way to go? Both cars are virtually identical in every way, with a MSRP of around $56,500.

A 2009 loaner Cayman with 6,200 miles and a CPO warranty expiring in July of 2015, with a current offered price by the dealer of $46,900.

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A 2009 new Cayman that was a demo with less than 200 miles and a warranty start date of 8/31/2009 (expiring 8/31/2013). Asking price is $49,234.

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I vote CPO, you can trash a car in 200 miles just as easy as 6,000. So have them run the DME report and look the car over real close, ie front bumper scrapes, dents and signs of any paint work.

Warranty is king when it comes to any used car.
 

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What do you think might be the better way to go?
Which one do you like better? Will you keep it beyond 8/2013?

Seems like you might be better off with the peace of mind afforded by getting a new car, even if that means waiting a while longer.

There don't appear to be any real problem areas with these cars, so if it looks good and passes a PPI, why not just get the one you like most?
 
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