Porsche Prices Entire Lineup, Including 2014 Cayman Models
Great news! After seeing the 2014 Porsche Cayman for the first time at November's Los Angeles Auto Show, we now have a base price for the new sports coupe. Slotting into the heart of Porsche's lineup, the Cayman is set to start at $53,550, including $950 for destination and handling. The 2014 Porsche Cayman S is set to start at $64,750. That reflects a $700 and a $1,700 price increase for each model, respectively. The base Porsche Cayman comes 275 horsepower, and the Cayman S comes with 325 horsepower, which is down a bit versus the Porsche 911 and the new 450-horsepower 2014 Chevrolet Corvette. But the Cayman S is no slouch, with a top speed of 175 mph and acceleration numbers that would have been faster than the 911 just under a decade ago. The Cayman is being marked as a 2014 model, despite going on sale in the first half of 2013. In addition to the Cayman pricing, Porsche priced the rest of its 2013 lineup. Prices are listed below, without destination and handling charges added in. Figures for those are $950 for all sports cars and $975 for the Panamera and Cayenne. The 918 Spyder and Weissach coupe do not yet have destination and handling fees associated with them, but expect it to be more expensive. Without further ado: Boxster $49,500 Boxster S $60,900 991 Carrera $84,300 991 Carrera S $98,900 991 Carrera Cabriolet $96,200 991 Carrera S Cabriolet $110,800 991 Carrera 4 $91,030 991 Carrera 4S $105,630 991 Carrera 4 Cabriolet $102,930 991 Carrera 4S Cabriolet $117,530 997 Turbo $137,500 997 Turbo Cabriolet $149,000 997 Turbo S $160,700 997 Turbo S Cabriolet $172,100 Panamera $75,850 Panamera 4 $80,450 Panamera S $91,350 Panamera S Hybrid $96,150 Panamera 4S $96,350 Panamera GTS $111,000 Panamera Turbo $138,650 Panamera Turbo S $175,300 Cayenne $48,850 Cayenne Diesel $55,750 Cayenne S $65,850 Cayenne S Hybrid $69,850 Cayenne GTS $82,050 Cayenne Turbo $108,750 Cayenne Turbo S (2014) $146,000 918 Spyder (2014) $845,000 918 Spyder Weissach Package (2014) $929,000 Note that "991" denotes the latest generation of the Porsche 911 that debuted for the 2013 model year. "997" is the previous generation that continues to be sold alongside the 991-series Porsche 911 until models in the newer generation arrive. They are both sold as 2013 models. We anticipate 991-Series cars in higher trims, like the 911 Turbo, will be arriving next year. Source: Porsche
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