2010 Porsche Cayman consumer reviews

$51,400 starting MSRP
side view of 2010 Cayman Porsche
90% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.5
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3.9

Fun Car!

The Cayman S is a really fun car to drive. It's quick, handles great and catches the eye of everybody you pass. If you have a chance to get your hands on one of these vehicles, grab it!!

4.9

EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD

2010 PORSCHE CAYMAN S 25,794 ORIGINAL MILES GUARDS RED WITH BLACK LEATHER ORIGINAL PAINT IS PERFECT CLEAR BRA ON THE FRONT NO DENTS OR SCRATCHES WHEELS ARE PERFECT IT'S SHOWROOM FRESH LEATHER SEATS ARE MINT NON SMOKER'S CAR LOOKS NEW INSIDE EVERYTHING WORKS AS IT SHOULD

5.0

Best kept Secret, Porsche's underdog....

The 2010 Porsche Cayman is one of Porsche's best kept secrets. It doesn't have the pedigree of the Porsche 911 but it comes from the same bloodline. The Cayman is misunderstood; some may say it's not a real Porsche. Don't be fooled by 0 to 60 stats and horsepower numbers the Cayman is a real Porsche, maybe even more real than the Newer 911s. It could be an improved version of the air-cooled classic 911. Drive ten miles down a curvy road you will fall in love with the Porsche Cayman.

4.9

Even better...

I've owned a 2006 Cayman S for five years and just sold it to upgrade to my current 2010 Cayman S. Although the exterior and interior look the same from 10 feet, there are many improvements I've noticed in both as I get comfortable with this car. Much of the interior controls have been upgraded. The car is much quieter overall than my 2006. Suspension seems more compliant but still plenty capable. These cars are fast, fun, reliable and have plenty of interior storage for two-person trips. I plan to put 200,000 miles on this thing.

5.0

Cayman S

2010 Cayman S Beautiful design, inside and out. Plenty of leg and head room for a 6'2" guy. Very comfortable in town and cross country. More fun than a barrel of xxxxxxx!

5.0

Best drivers car

Best drivers car for <$100. Can't beat mid-engine for handeling and feel. Easy to take from street to track.

3.9

Good car

Good car. Very nice interior and ergonomics. Inside is small for people over 5'7". Not really fast, better to get a Corvette if you want muscle and speed.

4.3

Amazing Car

Hard to find another mid-engine car out there for this price for those who are true drivers car enthusiasts. There are faster cars out there with more features for less money...but they are also heavier and do not handle like the cayman. Most don't care or know how much their car weighs, but if you do, the cayman is for you. Just test drive it and you will know. I also have a tuned bmw 335i with 400 Hp, 420 ft-lbs and I choose to drive the less powerful, slightly slower in a straight line Cayman every chance I get ! Don't let Hp ratings confuse you, it is about Hp/Weight, torque and xxr weight balance.

5.0

Rock Solid

Just make sure you get the 6 speed manual is you want the full experience. The PDK makes the car function so smoothly, you forget you're driving a sports car (no necessarily a good thing).

5.0

Perfect Car

This car is perfect in every way. Just make sure you are an enthusiast. If not, buy a BMW.... It is a little loud (love it), corners on rails, and everything else you'd expect from a Porsche. No problems.. just drive it.