My standard recommendation is to post it in PCA Mart. Sold my 2014 Cayman S w/ 47k miles for $51,500 exactly a year ago. Had 5-6 serious buyers interested immediately and sold it within 48 hours to someone who was extremely Porsche knowledgable. You can post as many pictures on PCA Mart as you want and it is a free service to PCA members.2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS
Price: $81000 OBO
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico (USA)
Contact Info: [email protected] dot com or (5zero5)-72zero-917two
Well optioned car from the factory (full option sheet in photos)
- Sport PASM (20 mm lower)
- PDK Transmission
- 20” Carrera S Wheels
- Premium Package Plus
- Sport Chrono
- 18 way Sport Seats Plus
- Light Design Package
Car has been tastefully modified with a short list of well thought out items:
- Full front and bottom PPF (front bumper, hood, mirrors, rear quarter, and behind rear wheels)
- APR 91 Octane Tune (license transferrable to new owner)
- Fabspeed Supercup Turboback Exhaust w/ Carbon Fiber tips
- BMC air filter
- Rennline front radiator protection screens
Car has been well maintained and it shows (former CPO vehicle). No surprises with this vehicle. The exhaust sounds great in sport and sport+ and the APR tune is conservative, but ticks the right boxes to add a nice bit of performance.
Mechanically, it’s in great shape (have the multi-point inspection from the most recent trip to dealership to address the inlet grille update and a PADM error- replacing under warranty). PPF has done a good job of protecting the car in the right places, but it has a few impacts on it up front. 2 of them created small chips and the windshield has a pit in it. My only real gripe is a front wheel that has a curb mark that was touched up by the previous owner, but could use a professional refinish. Happy to provide photos of the wheel. Interior is in great shape with no discernible wear/tear. I can only upload a certain number of photos here, but have plenty more for anyone interested.
Price was determined by taking an average of the NADA clean trade in ($77125) and the high end of KBBs private party ($84405). Seems to be in line with (or better than) the majority of prices I’ve seen.
Happy to answer any questions or provide any additional info a prospective buyer would like. I have a full vehicle history report from Bumper (CarFax like service) that shows no accidents or any other issue. Will provide if requested. Can arrange a PPI at buyer’s expense.
Absolutely- that's the first place I posted it a few days ago. Figured I'd cover as many bases as possible thoughMy standard recommendation is to post it in PCA Mart. Sold my 2014 Cayman S w/ 47k miles for $51,500 exactly a year ago. Had 5-6 serious buyers interested immediately and sold it within 48 hours to someone who was extremely Porsche knowledgable. You can post as many pictures on PCA Mart as you want and it is a free service to PCA members.
I assume you're referring to the APR tune and how it affects the warranty. Currently, yes, the warranty is intact- there hasn't been a reason for Porsche to either scan for it or invalidate the warranty. But the factory warranty expires in December of this year anyhow.is the warranty intact?