I got $3K off a 2007 Cayman. I'm paying $562/mo on a 36mo, 10K/yr lease.
Well, I did my best to help with the Cayman sales in March. I suppose I could have bought two carsUpdated for Feb 2007.
Note sales are at an all-time low (Not unusua for the month of Feb), and the Cayman model outsold the Cayman S model.
Should be interesting to see what happens in March!
I'm negotiating now for a 07 cayman s out of Atlanta.......The techart (17k) has a markup of 2k and approximately 6k in options.......Via our bartering they are willing to take 6k off the overall price..........I genuinely believe the "deal" has to do with your region, time of year, inventory on hand, etc..........Hope this helps........Okay, I'm going to ask again. I got a near invoice deal on a leftover '06 S Cayman S and from anecdotes here many others have too. Is this a normal year end Porsche thing? or a one-time anomaly due to over-guessed inventory? Most acquaintances of mine are surprised to hear this, they generally believe Porsches sell at or near MSRP.
I'v updated the first post to include April 2007 sales. Interestingly enough identical numbers to January but a different spread. I would expect sales to fall in May as 2007's are no longer able to be ordered and people have to wait for 2008's.Well, whenever K-Man S updates the sales figures for April 07, I will be in that statistic...my dealer offered me what I call silly, crazy money for my 01 986 S, and I now have a Cayman S in my garage...this is the 10th Porsche that I've owned, and so far, I think it's the best of them all...
Doesn't Porsche count a car as sold when the owner takes delivery? This is a common accounting procedure, especially since Sarbanes Oxley rules took affect. Just curious.Updated for June 2007, sales continue to be consistent despite the fact that you couldn't order a new base model recently while Porsche prepares for the model year change over.