This Guy Is Selling His New Porsche Cayman GT4 Because Of...The Seats?!

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Hey, comfort is important.

If you’re going to spend over $100,000 on a new car of any type, it’d make sense for you to want it to be perfect. Perfect body color. Perfect trim package. Perfect seats. Unfortunately, sometimes those new, six-figure cars are in such high demand that dealership allocation is minimal. That’s the issue this guy had. Because 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4s are hard to come by, this owner managed to snag one thinking he wouldn’t have another shot; his wait list position was low. But now he’s selling it. Why? He can’t get comfortable in the sport seats.

According to his post on the 6speedonline forum, this Sapphire Blue 2016 Cayman GT4 has only 1,416 miles and features a black leather interior with Platinum Grey stitching and the optional Carbon Fiber Interior and Leather package. The car has been "garaged only, never tracked, never launched, and never abused," in the guy’s own words. Of those 1,400 or so miles, 700 of them were from when he drove home from the dealer. The asking price: $105,000. Firm. But don’t feel too badly for the seller because his luck changed. Another dealership contacted and told him someone cancelled their GT4 order and they’re now offering that allocation to him. Instead of sport seats he’s opting for more comfortable buckets. Photos courtesy of Accel Junky/6speedonline.

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