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jeddiabba February 28th, 2017 11:07 PM

2006 Cayman S vs 2014 Cayman s
 
Both being sold by dealers. Looking at 2 used cars. The 2006 has 23k miles is 29k$, no warranty. Stick shift and is at local dealer.
2014 has 8k Miles is 55k$, is automatic and is in the west coast but was owned in NY.
Some discussion raises questions on the the shaft in the transmission in the 2006 unit. Any thoughts


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mikefocke March 1st, 2017 11:00 AM

Have you driven a stick before? Does the type/location of your typical driving routes lend itself to the auto or the manual? What do you want?

Options? Colors? Both meet your must haves?

Is the '14 a better car? Sure. They do make improvements. Worth that much more? I never felt the need to have the latest. I figured I could have 98% of the fun for less than half the cost and put the difference in the market.

jeddiabba March 4th, 2017 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by mikefocke (Post 65344)
Have you driven a stick before? Does the type/location of your typical driving routes lend itself to the auto or the manual? What do you want?

Options? Colors? Both meet your must haves?

Is the '14 a better car? Sure. They do make improvements. Worth that much more? I never felt the need to have the latest. I figured I could have 98% of the fun for less than half the cost and put the difference in the market.



I have driven a stick before and am comfortable driving a stick.


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jeddiabba March 4th, 2017 06:36 PM

I have drive a stick and feel comfortable driving one . I am going to look for one that is cpo and under warranty


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rameshscm April 6th, 2017 12:20 AM

hi, Both the cars are good. Both being sold by local dealers.Looking at 2 used cars.
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Kreps May 9th, 2017 03:49 AM

They're both pretty similar anyway.

mikefocke May 15th, 2017 02:35 PM

Cost versus risk. Everyone has different needs/wants. Both are low mileage.

I bought my two Boxsters at 28k and 42k. Maintained them well. They were more reliable than similar age/miles Hondas I had simultaneously. Stuff happens, roll them dice.

TerranceGlidden June 25th, 2018 07:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jeddiabba (Post 65347)
I have drive a stick and feel comfortable driving one . I am going to look for one that is cpo and under warranty


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Sometimes I'm more comfortable with stick when I need full control over my car. I have got one with stick and I just love it. Not that I don't love my latest one, but the one with the stick was my first love. Very few people prefer stick now and I'm glad to know that you feel comfortable driving one.

jdavis8361 June 25th, 2018 08:38 PM

https://jalopnik.com/how-much-better...old-1566718109


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