Porsche Cayman and Boxster prices slashed!

Porsche has cut more than $10K from the price of certain variants

Porsche Cayman Rear Jpg

The cheapest sports cars sold by Porsche just got a little bit more affordable.

Porsche Australia has reduced the prices of all its 718 Cayman and Boxster variants, with a range of turbocharged four-cylinder and naturally aspirated flat-six engines on offer.

The entry-level 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster now start at $113,100 and $115,900 respectively, representing a drop of $2900.

Porsche Cayman onroad rear

However, it’s the Cayman S and Boxster S variants that have had the biggest haircut to their prices.

Adding the convertible to your garage will cost $138,300, while the hard top will set you back $135,500.

Could the new six-cylinder 718 Cayman Touring be the perfect Porsche sports car?

These new prices are a massive $10,700 cheaper compared to what Porsche was previously asking for the duo.

Porsche Cayman onroad

Porsche’s full range of six-cylinder 718 models have also had minor price reductions. These include the Cayman/Boxster GTS 4.0 twins, along with the Spyder and GT4 flagships.

GTS 4.0 variants, along with the Spyder and GT4, have all had prices reduced by $400.

Check out the full list of prices below:

Porsche Cayman badge

2020 Porsche Cayman/Boxster prices (with manual transmission):

  • 718 Cayman: $113,100
  • 718 Boxster: $115,900
  • 718 Cayman S: $135,500
  • 718 Boxster S: $138,300
  • 718 Cayman GTS 4.0: $172,000
  • 718 Boxster GTS 4.0: $174,800
  • 718 Spyder: $196,800
  • 718 Cayman GT4: $206,600

 

How are you finding our new site design? Tell us in the comments below or send us your thoughts at feedback@whichcar.com.au.

 

Subscribe to Wheels magazine

Subscribe to Wheels Magazine and save up to 44%
Get your monthly fix of news, reviews and stories on the greatest cars and minds in the automotive world.

Subscribe

 

NEWS

2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA350 4Matic coming to Australia
News

Mercedes-Benz EQA350 4Matic electric SUV confirmed for Australia

Mercedes-Benz Australia's new EQA250 small electric SUV will be joined later this year by a faster and even more sure-footed variant

10 hours ago
Mike Stevens

We recommend

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.