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I am about to place an order on my cayman GTS in the next two weeks.I have sorted out the options that I must have.I am not sure about the ones that I would like to have.The must have configurations would be

Price





Base Price Cayman GTS

$75,200



Price for Equipment

$4,045



Destination Charge

$995



Total Price*

$80,240



Exterior Color




Sapphire Blue Metallic
N1
$710



Interior Color




Leather Interior in Black with Alcantara®
GW
$0



Exterior




Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
852
$520



Performance




Porsche Torque Vectoring (PTV)
220
$1,320



Sport Suspension Exclusive
X73
$0



Manual Transmission
480
$0



Wheels




20" SportTechno Wheels Exclusive
XRT
$1,355



Interior




Fire Extinguisher
509
$140



Sport Seats Plus (2-way)
P04
$0



Interior Alcantara®




Roof Lining in Alcantara®
594
$0







I am not sure about the

1.Audio and communications option.Does the bose audio come with navigation?I would just need some decent audio system[connect iPod/phone using a cable] with navigation and ability to use my phone for calls via bluetooth.I have no interest in satellite audio etc.I can't figure out the difference between CDR plus and Bose surround audio system.

2. GTS interior package -strongly considering to get it if I can .

3.Front and rear park assists...Not sure about this.

4.How do you get automatic rain sensing wipers?

Suggestions would be appreciated.Kindly let me know if I am missing some very useful options.I don't care about the keyless entry.Its nice but not a must for me.
 

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4.How do you get automatic rain sensing wipers?

Suggestions would be appreciated..
P13 Automatically Dimming Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor $690
 

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Bose does not come with nav.
You have to option for Bose with infotainment for that.

CDR plus gives you usb connection, hd satellite radio
 

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3.Front and rear park assists...Not sure about this.
I have them and use them all the time, however, I park in a garage at home and an underground garage at work. You'll eventually get used to the length of the vehicle so you don't need to rely on them, but for the cost, I find it a good deal particularly with both as you get the on screen visual. I also have the reverse camera which can work at the same time as the front/rear sensors. It has a good wide angle so you can see more than just over your shoulder if there's a car (or wall) next to your car as you're backing out.
 
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