By Gabriel Bridger VideoFebruary 21, 2008 5th Gear Compares the Cayman & the 135i Part 1 Part 2 Courtesy of 1addicts Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleBMW Web TV Trailer Next articleOfficial BMW Performance Parts Video You may also like Video: BMW M2 CS Driven and Compared with the M2 Video: An In-Depth Look at the BMW Vision M Next Design Global BMW Sales Grow 4.6% in May Chris W. Some guys get to have all the fun. Gabe, I can see why you want one! micah This “tests” a regular Cayman (not a Boxster) vs. the 135i. Fifth Gear is a great show, which much better drivers, but not the wit, of Top Gear. Husni Amirullah This is sound as if i’m an anal but it’s a Cayman not a boxter Liam Cayman. 😉 Gabe Wow how did I miss that – fixed btw. eager2own Done — where do I send the deposit? 9 Fifth Gear is okay. Top Gear rules!!!!!!!! Liam Oops sorry about all the comments about the Cayman, I’m not sure if all three comments were left at the same time, but when I left mine only Chris W’s was showing up before mine. Anyway, the 135i went really well in this piece, and after initially seeing pics online in that horrible Sedona Red colour the more I see this car the more I’m actually starting to like the way it looks. Still a month or two until they make it here to Australia, but I’ll very keen to check them out when they arrive. dave here’s a non-sequitur: the cayman is least nasty porsche but it has its fatal flaw…its engine is designed to be replaced, not rebuilt. for those who own caymans/boxsters, do you work on your own car? can you even? i have no idea how you access the engine 135i is pretty sweet. i want one! Chris B. It’s a complete joke to say that this is a Bimmer aimed at younger folk, if anything at all those younger folk will be writing checks in the form of monthly lease payments to BMW on top of their monthly rent for their hole in the wall apartment. And the 135 completely smoked the Cayman for drifting; that call was crap.