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      12-24-2013, 11:30 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by OverDriven View Post
The BASE price may be the same, but as anyone who has purchased a Porsche knows, you are going to get killed on the options. As a general rule, you can add 25% to the base price of a Porsche to get the price you will pay with pretty standard options. If the base on the Cayman GTS is $70,000, expect to buy it at around $90,000.
That is very true. Options are killer and no one buys a base Porsche of any kind. My friend went to the local Porsche dealer looking to get a base Boxster S and they pretty much laughed at him and was told that generally customers add around $20k worth of options.

I personally wanted the 991 GT3 but with some basic options it came to $162k. Base price was $149k and I wasn't even checking off the anything fancy options.
GT3 base price is 130k.

At 162k you've ticked almost every option in the book.