Porsche Cayman CAR PRICE LIST IN Aug 2020

To further aid Filipino car buyers in keeping up with the latest Porsche 718 Cayman brand new price in the Philippines, Philkotse.com provides a regularly updated Porsche Cayman price list and estimated monthly payment details as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed on this article which are based on the prices provided by showrooms and brand websites that are subject to change and for your reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Porsche Cayman for sale section.

I. Porsche 718 Cayman price in the Philippines 2020

If you think that the 911 is too much car to handle, then the 718 Cayman might up your thing. Currently, it’s the smallest Porsche you can buy. But don’t let that fool you because the 718 Cayman is every bit as exciting as its larger brothers.

A picture of the front of the Porsche 718 Cayman

It's small but it is still a pretty sleek looking machine

Under the hood, or rather, under the behind the driver of the 718 Cayman, is a 2.0-liter, turbocharged, flat-four capable of making 300 horsepower and 380 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels by Porsche’s proprietary seven-speed-automatic called the doppelkupplungsgetriebe. Yeah, that’s a mouthful but the transmission itself is well suited for what Porsche designed the Cayman to do; carve up twisty roads.

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A picture of the 718 Porsche Cayman from the side

From the side, the Cayman's outline is quintessential Porsche

For some markets, a locking differential is also available for the 718 Cayman.

If you’re thirsting for a larger and more powerful engine, then the Cayman S comes with a 2.5-liter turbo making 345 horsepower.

The Porsche 718 Cayman's rear end

The Porsche 718 Cayman's rear end

Inside, the Porsche Cayman 2020 is very much like any Porsche currently available right now. Everything is clad either in leather or in suede. Well to be specific, the dashboard, the steering column, the steering wheel, the door panels, the center console, the shifter and some parts of the seats are clad with smooth, genuine leather or real Suede. Also, there’s a great variety in terms of color which extends even to the face of the gauges. So, all in all, a lot of personalization.

Also, it’s worth mentioning that the 718 Cayman has a total storage space of 425 liters. Not bad for a car of its class.

Just like the 911, the 718 Cayman has the quintessential body Porsche body shape. It is definitely sleek and it will immediately tell whoever’s looking at it of its colorful, German history.

Upfront, the Cayman comes with bi-xenon headlights that are partnered up with a pair of LED daytime running lights. From the sides, one can immediately tell that the 718 Cayman is a bit different compared to other Porsche models due its sharper edges.

A picture of the Cayman's interior

The Cayman's interior is simple but still comfortable. Looks great too!

To tie up the look, the Porsche 718 Cayman rides on 19-inch wheels with tires sized at 265/40 for the rear and 235/40 for the front.

For safety, the Cayman, as with any other vehicle in its price point, get’s generous with passive safety equipment. While coming standard with adaptive cruise control and a lane change assist, a rear-mounted camera, Porsche didn’t give the 718 Cayman too much in terms of electronic driving nannies. In short, it’s one of the few cars currently available today that’ll give you a raw driving experience. We rather like that in a car.  

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II. Why would you want to buy a 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman

Being a two-seater sports car, 718 Cayman does have its limitations. For starters, there the obvious one; only you and one other person can enjoy the prowess of the 718 Cayman. Other than that, we don’t see many cons when it comes to this vehicle. The balance of power and handling is just right and you don’t need that many electric nannies to enjoy driving anyway. In fact, they might even be a hindrance.

A picture of the 718 Cayman's interior

The Cayman's seats are more than comfortable

1. Porsche 718 Cayman 2020 Pros and Cons


  • Not too many electronic driving nannies. That’s a good thing for a sports car.
  • Decent cargo capacity for a car of its class.
  • A perfect balance of power and handling.


  • Only seat two people

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2. Porsche 718 Cayman Philippines Specs

Engine Size
2.0 Liter
Number of Cylinders
Number of Valves
Transmission Category
7-speed automatic (PDK)
Power Train
Max Output (HP)
Max Torque (nm)
Top Speed
275 kph
4,379 mm
1,801 mm
1,295 mm
2,475 mm
Turning Circle
Ground Clearance
Max Cargo
425 Liters
Number of Doors
Number of Seats
Cruise Control
Front Parking Sensors
Rear Parking Sensors
Rear Parking Camera
Wheel Size
Airconditioning System
 Automatic Climate Control
Entertainment System
7-inch touchscreen Porsche Communication Management
USB, Bluetooth, Aux, Mp3, Radio
Navigation Ready
Keyless Entry
Power Steering Plus
Ventilated Disc (Front), Ventilated Disc (Rear)
Safety & Security
  • Driver's Airbag
  • Front Passenger's Airbag
  • Side Airbag
  • Curtain Airbag
  • Electronic Brake Distribution
  • ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution and Brake Assist
  • Immobilizer
  • Electronic Door Locks
  • Speed-sensing door locks
  • Lane Departure Warning System
  • Lane Change Assist
  • Hill Control
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

>>> Visit the nearest Porsche Philippines dealerships for further details regarding the latest promos, financing options, etc.

III. About Porsche Philippines

Known fully as Dr.-Ing.H.C.F. Porsche AG or Porsche AG, in short, is a German car manufacturer founded in 1931 in Stuttgart by Ferdinand Porsche. At that time, their first vehicle is the Porsche 64 and later in World War II, they mainly made military vehicles.

Here in the Philippines, Porsche models are distributed by PGA Cars which in turn is a part of the Coyiuto Group of Companies.

Aside from selling Porsche’s brilliant line of vehicles, the company is also known for its collaboration with the Don Bosco Technical Institute in training future mechanics.

A picture of PGA CAr's facility

A peek into PGA Car's 3,000 sq. meter facility

PGA Philippines also provides excellent after-sales services which include a 24-hour roadside assistance program, and a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty.


Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to Crazy Little Love by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.