Porsche always underrates the horsepower of their engines. They're rated at 10,000' elevation, on a hot day, with old oil and a clogged filter, etc. All the car testers get WAY better 0-60 and quarter mile times. Motortrend tested the '13 Cayman S as 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and 1/4 mile in 12.4 seconds. They're probably projecting that to the '15.3.9 secs 0 - 60 for a Cayman? I don't think so.
Must be going down hill.
Just for the record, there is no MY 2013 Cayman. The last year for the 987 was 2012. The 981 Boxster appeared in MY 2013 but the 981 Cayman did not appear until MY 2014.. . . Motortrend tested the '13 Cayman S as 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and 1/4 mile in 12.4 seconds. They're probably projecting that to the '15.
Wisconsin is pretty level and I took this picture last summer after driving back from Road America. I admit the the car's computer can be optimistic by about 1 mpg but I also use a mileage keeper app on my iPhone and have had several refills at 30+. The best I find at a glance is 33.6Also, I can get 30+ MPG when I travel nonstop from say Donner Summit (about 7,100 ft elevation) to Sunnyvale (about 0 feet elevation) - i.e. going down hill. But normally I might get 27 MPG Highway going level.
Motortrend tested the Cayman S as 0-60 in 3.9 sec during the car of the 2014 year testing:
In 2011, the Porsche Cayenne S won Motor Trend's SUV of the Year. The cost of the car was 22% over MSRP....Ultimately, I think we can blame everyone here for the pricing. Stuttgart's only charging what chumps like us cough up, and making HUGE profit margins in the process.