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Performance

The Cayman is extremely rewarding, whether driving on track or on twisty B-road. The car is simply fun to drive, offering a comfortable and pleasant experience no matter what road the driver is on.The Cayman offers two petrol engines. These include a 275bhp 2.7-litre ‘flat-six’ which propels the car from a standing start to 62mph in 5.7 seconds.The more powerful S does the same sprint in 5 seconds flat with the six-speed manual gearbox and 4.9 seconds with the PDK automatic gearbox. It has a top speed of 176mph with the manual gearbox and 174mph with the PDK.

Running Costs

The Cayman is constructed to be surprisingly lightweight, being around 30kg lighter than its predecessor. This lighter body is reflected in its fuel consumption. Average fuel economy is best when you choose the 275bhp 2.7-litre version. It returns 36mpg.The 325bhp 3.4-litre is claimed to return 35mpg on average. That’s pretty impressive seeing as the 3.4-litre engine has 50bhp more than the 2.7-litre unit, making this the ideal choice if personal preference leans more towards power.

Equipment

The Cayman has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features. Standard equipment on the Cayman includes air conditioning, automatic headlight activation, auto stop-start function, electronic parking brake and 18-inch alloy wheels.The top spec Cayman S adds 19-inch alloy wheels, partial leather interior, and Bi-Xenon headlights.