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2014 Porsche Cayman S - $49,950 (Tucson)

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N Via Tranquilo near Craycroft
condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 35500
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe
2014 Porsche Cayman S in Sapphire Blue with PDK transmission. OEM options include Premium Package (14-way power heated seats, PCM w/ Bluetooth, Bose, auto-dimming mirrors, rain-sensing wipers), GPS Navigation, PDLS headlights, etc. Other valuable OEM add-on parts include 718 Sports steering wheel (the small diameter one) with paddle shifters, X73 front and rear sway bars, and new headlight lens cover. Only aftermarket part are the 18” OZ Alleggerita wheels.

The car spent its life in FL up through 2021. It was then moved to and stayed in MA for two years where it was driven exclusively in warmer months only. It then spent this past year in AZ. It has been garaged its entire life as it is reflected in its paint quality and vibrancy. Its condition can be generally described as excellent inside and out. No warped door cards or sagging liner that are common with those 981 that are stored out in the sun.

Mechanically the car drives flawlessly and like-new in every possible way - this is not an overstatement. The engine is strong and runs perfectly smooth as is the PDK. The suspension has zero sign of wear in its ride. Its X73 sway bars and 18” wheel setup gives it a fantastically compliant ride and flat cornering combination that can handle any road condition. Its brakes are also in excellent shape with zero apparent fade.

There are couple flaws and I want to be upfront and transparent with them:

1. It has a ding on the passenger side door that I showed in one of the pictures. Its size is about 1/4 inch.

2. It throws a code that says the driver side headlight auto self-alignment is not working properly. It actually does. You can actually see its lens moving and adjusting upon every startup, and that its light beam/pattern aims perfectly true after the auto self-adjustment. The code is actually caused by the malfunction or misaligned sensors located on that side of the wheel wells that is suppose to detect headlight balance.

3. Carfax shows there was previously light damage to the front of car (prior to my ownership). I myself can’t tell visually what possible damage there could have been. No visible damage to the paint (other than a few needle size paint chips from normal use) and no sign it has ever been repainted or paint mismatch with adjacent panels.

post id: 7756418170

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