Cayman GTS 4.0

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  1. 15 Sep 2020 at 10:08 PM #101
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    one of the gt4s i’m looking at has the following gfv. the car is 76k

    24months £60500
    36 months £ 55076
    48 months £ 49700

    this car has the important clubsport, 918 seats and chrono but no pccbs. hopefully going to view this weekend

    unfortunately the rate is 8.8% but i’m working on that.most are 6.8% but this is a well known franchise who charge high rates
     
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    What mileage was that based on for those GFV's? I have seen GT4 APRs from 6.8-10% for similar age/price cars so seems to vary off the bat before discussions.

    I was looking at a GT4 up for £72k, £52.4k was the GFV based on 3yrs, 6k mpa.

    The 2yr one for finance you list is very good value actually!
     
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    I bought my Cayman over 2 years, there was only pennies in it compared to 3 years, it does depend on the deposit though.
     
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    ye agreed it looks good for 2 years however i’m unsure what would happen after 2 years

    obviously look to refinancing again but would need a similar deposit to get similar monthlies which wouldn’t make sense
     
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    Yes a very good point, for a 2yr you would almost have to plan it as a 2yr lease at a cost of £19-£20k (so £10k per year). The strong GFV would mean difficult to get something similar finance wise for sure i would have thought.
     
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    the 2 year would work out at £13500pa, that’s 500pm with 15k deposit

    agree it would only be sensible as a lease

    the 2 year would work out circa 1125 pm over the term versus sane deposit 48months at 963. not actually a huge difference

    to get roughly the same figures refinancing after 2 years could mean another 10k deposit

    i think that all makes sense
     
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    Yes, I was basing it on the £76k list GT4 getting a lower 6.9% APR and the car for 75k. If you got that deal with then with the GFV's above then it works out as these if you just gave car back:

    2yrs - £325 p/m so £22,475 (or £11,237 per year or £936 p/m)
    3yrs - £472 p/m so £31,520 (or £10,506 per year or £875 p/m)
    4yrs - £536 p/m so £40,192 (or £10,048 per year or £837 p/m)
     
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    Harry Metcalfe has just done a YouTube review of the Boxster GTS 4.0 if anyone is interested. He reckons it’s the first Boxster that he’d pick over a 911!
     

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