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718 Cayman S ‘Nearly Perfect’

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No Turbo Lag in This Sportster

Saying the new 718 Porsche Cayman S “responds to throttle inputs superbly,” Car and Driver magazine reviewers note that the newest Porsche has eliminated the dreaded turbo lag, with power available throughout the rev range. The result is a real-time response from your pressure on the accelerator, delivering instant thrust when you push down and backing off as you release the pressure. Car and Driver says the linear power delivery is a good reason to consider the S model as opposed to loading up a less expensive Cayman with options. Visit Porsche of Tucson and test drive the 718 Cayman S and a base Cayman to see the difference in power.

Perfect Balance Holds the Road

With great power comes great responsibility and Porsche has seen to it that drivers of the new 718 Cayman S have plenty of control. Car and Driver says “there’s nothing short of a supercar that delivers the way this Porsche does. With more firm springs and a much tighter steering ratio, this Porsche is a delight to handle both on the road and on the track.” Add stability management and the Porsche Vectoring System and you get million dollar car handling at a small fraction of the price. Add the Sport Exhaust system for a throaty roar that has a character all its own.

Go From Zero to 60 in a Snap

It takes just 4.4 seconds for the 718 Porsche Cayman S to go from a dead stop to 60 mph en route to a governed track speed of 177 mph. The 2.5L 4-cylinder engine delivers 350 horsepower with plenty of torque. Fast cars need fast stopping ability and Porsche has delivered with a 4-piston red fixed front brake calipers in both front and rear. You can get either 19-inch Boxster S or Cayman S wheels, which will draw attention whether you’re sitting at a stop light or passing a gas station on your way to 26 mpg on the highway.

Find Your Dream. Find Your Porsche

Look over the entire Porsche inventory at Porsche of Tucson and you’re sure to find your dream car. Ferry Porsche had a dream of driving a lightweight sports car, but he couldn’t find one he liked, so he went out and built one. His can do attitude is the basis for every Porsche built since 1948. If you’ve been dreaming about a Porsche, the 718 Cayman S is remarkably affordable, starting at just $66,300.

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