Porsche is the one brand that I never expected to experience dismissal sales. The 911 has done well for many decades, so when the German manufacturer unveiled a model that was similar but cheaper, most car pundits believed that it would sell like hotcakes.
According to Road and Track, Porsche sold
only 2,800 Caymans in 2017. Although Boxter sales hovered around the 2,200 mark, Porsche expected the affordable, turbocharged flat-four engine car to sell much better. Maybe, Porsche should lower the price. Porsche sold 3,417 units in 2014, according to Car and Driver.