I bet you'd find almost the exact same information on buyers of sports cars or sail boats. A convertible as your primary car isn't terribly practical in most parts of the world. So if you throw out the fact that they're convertibles and consider who can buy very expensive but mostly unnecessary luxury items... … » 7/23/14 2:17pm 7/23/14 2:17pm

Thanks man. That post was from last year and I've since seen it in person with the roof in the trunk. Seeing that, I pretty much conceded that the roof would never come off during road trips as you're right... there's pretty much no room left there for anything else. » 7/08/14 8:22pm 7/08/14 8:22pm

Don't underestimate the practicality of the Cayman. Other than the obvious lack or more than 2 seats, it's surprisingly versatile. Unless you've seen the amount of luggage space it's got, you'd be wise not to dismiss it. It's got way more trunk space than you'd ever expect! » 7/05/14 4:53pm 7/05/14 4:53pm

I don't see this as any sort of accomplishment for the coupe. That 80% increase should be seen as an utter failure on the part of the roadster. You don't see these sorts of differences between the Boxster and Cayman and THEY are considered some of the best handling cars on the road today. » 6/20/14 3:51pm 6/20/14 3:51pm