Porsche Cayman Leasing
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Incredible driving experience.
Great cabin quality.
Why Choose A Porsche 718 Cayman Lease Deal?
Benefits Of Leasing A Porsche 718 CaymanIf you want the ultimate sports car, you should look at leasing a 718 Cayman. Porsche’s smallest coupe is one of the most exciting and enjoyable cars you can drive, so if that’s your thing then look no further. It also does the sensible stuff, with a high-quality interior and a reasonable amount of boot space. You get a choice of 4- and 6-cylinder petrol engines, but all versions come with at least 300hp for stunning performance.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
Interior space is a traditional weak spot of sports cars everywhere, but the Cayman is roomy by the standards of the class. It has 2 boots – 1 at the front and 1 at the back – providing a total of 334 litres. That’s more than you get in a Ford Fiesta, albeit spread over 2 compartments. More to the point, it’s more space than you get in a Toyota Supra or an Alpine A110. The Audi TT has slightly less outright luggage space, but it’s all in 1 boot and you can fold down the rear seats to free up 715 litres of capacity.
In the cabin, the Porsche has a surprising amount of headroom and plenty of shoulder-room. It only has 2 seats, just like the Supra, A110 and Jaguar F-Type, whereas the TT trumps them all with 2 occasional rear seats.
Though the Cayman is powerful, it’s small, light and aerodynamic. That allows the entry-level car to return between 29.1- and 31.7mpg on the official economy test. The lightweight Cayman T is marginally more economical, hitting 29.4- to 31.7mpg, but all versions of the Cayman are much of a muchness when it comes to consumption. Even the 4.0-litre cars manage economy in the high 20s.
By the same token, those who want the least polluting option will plump for the Cayman T, thanks to its 202-218g/km CO2 emissions. That said, it isn’t much more eco-friendly than the 4.0-litre cars, and such quibbles are unlikely to shape which Cayman you lease.
Porsche 718 Cayman Models Available
718 Cayman CoupeThe 718 Cayman is only available with 2 doors, 2 seats and a solid roof. If you want a convertible, you need the 718 Boxster. It’s almost identical in terms of engine and equipment, but it comes with a folding fabric hood and a subtly different model line-up (mainly because its top dog is called the Spyder, not the GT4).
The Porsche 718 Cayman Vs Competitors
Porsche’s reliability record is strong and the Cayman continues that tradition. With well-proven components and top-notch build quality, the most affordable Porsche is a dependable choice.
The Cayman has a 150-litre luggage bay at the front and a 184-litre load space at the back. Each one is around the same size as the boot of a small city car, so they provide plenty of room for shopping and overnight bags.
Leasing a Cayman allows you to choose between 5 trim levels, each with a different amount of power and performance. The 2.0-litre, 300hp standard car is joined by the T, the S and the GTS 4.0. The range is crowned by the stripped-out, high-performance GT4.
Yes. Front and rear parking sensors are standard on the 718 Cayman, but you can choose to add a reversing camera as an optional extra. It’s a useful addition, given the car’s chunky rear end and limited rear visibility.
In sports car terms, the Cayman is more practical than most. There’s less room in an Alpine A110 or a Toyota Supra, but the Audi TT is the practicality champ, boasting a much bigger boot.
The Cayman is the best 2-seat sports car you can lease. It's agile, fast and good-looking, but it's also well built and relatively practical. There's plenty of appeal in the Porsche badge, too.
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