2014 Porsche Cayman S on 2040-cars
Alexandria, Virginia, United States
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For Sale: One Owner 2014 Porsche Cayman S in Agate Grey Metallic. This car is in outstanding condition. Never
tracked. Includes owner's manuals and service history. 10,000 mile service completed. A beautiful car inside and
out with normal driving wear (minor rock chips) on the exterior. The car is equipped with Goodyear Eagle F1 tires
which have less than 9,000 miles usage. A set of 19" Cayman S wheels (Silver finish) fitted with Continental
ContiWinterContact tires were used during the winter months. This set of like new wheels and winter tires is also
available for an additional $2000. The car is covered under the Existing Warranty (remainder of 4-year/50,000
miles) with car in-service date of 3/26/14. I am selling this great car to make way for a newly ordered Porsche.
Optional Equipment From Factory:
Automatically Dimming Mirrors w/ Integrated Rain Sensor
20" Carrera S Wheels in Platinum Satin Finish
PDK 7-speed Automatic Transmission
Infotainment Package w/ Bose and PCM Navigation
Sirius XM and HD Radio Receiver
Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM)
Sport Design Steering Wheel in Leather
Convenience Package - 2 Zone Automatic Climate Control, Heated Seats
Park Assist Front/Rear
Sport Seats Plus (2-way)
Optional Equipment Added After Delivery:
Sport Exhaust System
Clear Side Marker Lights
Storage Compartment Lid in Leather w/ Porsche Crest
Cayman GTS Rear Bumper Valance
Porsche Cayman for Sale
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Auto blogMon, 05 Aug 2013
We're set to record Autoblog Podcast #344 tonight, joined by Doug DeMuro, author of Plays With Cars, formerly of Porsche Cars North America, and all-around swell guy. You can drop us your questions and comments via our Q&A module below, and we'll give them extra-diligent attention. Subscribe to the Autoblog Podcast in iTunes if you haven't already done so, and if you want to take it all in live, tune in to our UStream (audio only) channel at 10:00 PM Eastern tonight.
Discussion Topics for Autoblog Podcast Episode #344
Porsche is preparing to launch its sub-Cayenne CUV, with a suspected debut at the 2013 Los Angeles International Auto Show, which means we're right about at the point where undisguised models start scampering around the cities and towns of Germany. Our spy photographers snagged just such a model, with only the headlights and taillights concealed by camouflage (no, those comically large lamps aren't a production item).
The undisguised car looks like a tiny Cayenne. Not really surprising, we know, but it's impressive to see how the Cayenne's styling works with the smaller proportions of the Macan. It looks squat, athletic and poised, like it's a small, "sporty" crossover we'd actually want to drive. Both the Macan and the Macan Turbo are shown, with the more powerful model sporting a set of quad exhausts.
The only big questions now concern the shape of the lights and the interior. From the photos, we can see a rough outline of the headlights, although the taillights are more difficult to discern. The interior remains a mystery.
Some stories are so sad and depressing, they make you want to go back to bed and pull the covers over your head. This is one such story. 14-year-old Raphael Wittman was suffering from an unspecified form of terminal cancer when he was invited by the children's cancer charity Kinder Krebs Hilfe to a charity drive organized by Porsche Forum Austria. During the drive, the Porsche Boxster Wittman was riding in was involved in a head-on collision. Both of his legs were broken and he bit off his tongue in the wreck. He died seven weeks later, in a Vienna hospital. Now, his father is suing the charity, claiming that the accident robbed his son of the will to live.
"The accident set off a chain of events starting with the doctors putting him on new medication for the cancer he had. He was always a fighter, but suddenly he was saying that he was not going to fight any more," Franz Wittman told Austria's Kurier, according to The Guardian. "We would have had a wonderful last time together [on vacation] but it never happened because of the accident."
Father and son were originally planning to go to Tenerife to spend time together, although those plans were cancelled following the accident.