EPA 30 MPG Hwy/20 MPG City! CARFAX 1-Owner, LOW MILES - 3,160! Heated Seats, 14-WAY POWER SPORT SEATS W/MEMORY PAC... SIRIUSXM SATELLITE RADIO RECEIVER, BOSE SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM, Bluetooth, iPod/MP3 Input, Alloy Wheels CLICK NOW! Overview Indulge yourself with driving perfection behind the wheel of our 2016 Porsche Boxster Black Edition brought to you in Black. The potent 2.7 Liter 6 Cylinder churns out 265hp and is tethered to an Automatic transmission. This combination executes flawlessly, taking our convertible to 60mph in an incredible 5.4 seconds and delivering near 30mpg on the open road. Designed to deliver responsive performance, this rear wheel drive is right at home on the track or out on the town. Admire the striking physique of our Boxster that is accented by sexy alloy wheels and a power-operated soft top. Open the door and you'll feel exhilaration with just one look at all the high-end materials and exacting level of detail. Leather trimmed heated seats, a sport … [Read more...] about 2016 Porsche Boxster
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The first Porsche Boxster was introduced in 1996 as the manufacturer’s entry-level sports car. At present, the Boxster has approached its third generation and has just undergone the GTS facelift enabling it to offer increased power for unimaginable speed and unique features to complement its performance. It might just be one of the greatest Porsche’s around. Overview As you’d expect, the new GTS has a stand-out front fascia with increased air intakes below the headlamps and a bigger width of the lower grille for improved cooling and aerodynamics – this facelift was clearly designed to challenge nearly every road at speed. With that said, there’s obviously more to the Boxster GTS than you can imagine – the central section is also much sportier, while the slats in the side vents have been removed and replaced with much better, fine mesh in certain parts. What’s it Like Inside? Inside the Boxster GTS, it appears the cabin is heavily based on … [Read more...] about 2018 Porsche Boxster GTS Review
Tweet TweetIn camouflage of course, but nevertheless, spy photographers didn’t miss this opportunity to snap a few frames of what the future Porsche Boxster will be like. Clearly, Porsche’s design department won’t have had any sleepless nights as the shape has barely changed but happily there’s more to the 2012 Boxster than that. While everything seems the same, there is a bit of a hint on the exterior of this car, the stance has been changed, which suggests that Porsche had their work cutout in updating the chassis and suspension. That’s pretty nice and clear but the best bit about the 2012 Porsche Boxster is the new engine we’ve been hearing about lately. It seems like power for this new entry level Porsche will come from a newly developed 2.5 liter, four-cylinder boxer engine. This unit should replace the older 2.7 liter unit and it should develop the same amount of thrills only with better fuel economy and less CO2 emissions. The true gem in … [Read more...] about 2012 Porsche Boxster does the Nurburgring
Tweet TweetJust because it’s the baby Porsche doesn’t mean the Boxster should be neglected. In truth, the German company hasn’t done anything of the like. Further more, the Geneva Motor Show is the first proper occasion for regular folk to get acquainted with the 2013 Porsche Boxster. The latest version of the mid-engined roadster was introduced quite some time ago but only a few journalists have had a go at it so far. Proper enthusiasts will have enjoyed the new look but will have sighed at the thought that a test drive is still quite a reasonable distance away. Aside from the new look that features traditional Porsche refinement on top of a decent looking successor, just about everything else about the Boxster is new. New suspension, new wheels, new tires, new brakes and new aerodynamics. Despite this, the driving feel is as crisp and joyful as ever. The engine lineup consists of direct injected flat six cylinder powrplants with a 2.7 liter providing 265 horsepower … [Read more...] about 2013 Porsche Boxster unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show
Tweet TweetAfter yesterday we talked about a styling package developed for the Porsche 911, this time TechArt unveil their creation based on the New Porsche Boxster, a model known as 981. Starting with the exterior tweaks, TechArt’s Porsche Boxster comes with a body kit including a new front spoiler, large 21-inch alloy wheels, revised mirror caps and a rear wing. A retuned suspension system lowering the ground clearance by 30mm (front) and 20mm (rear) is also available alongside a sport exhaust system with valve control. Entering the cockpit you will find high quality materials such as new leather upholstery, aluminum sport pedals, gear shift paddles, new carbon fiber trim and a revised steering wheel. With the Essen Motor Show approaching, TechArt will take this opportunity and debut the new model next month in Germany. For now, there are no pricing or availability details on TechArt’s tune for the new Porsche Boxster. … [Read more...] about New Porsche Boxster tuned by TechArt
I was behind a current-gen Porsche Boxster in traffic today when I noticed something strangely familiar about its brake lights. I’m by no means convinced this was intentional, but that brake light pattern sure reminds me of something else automotive-related. Any idea what that is? It’s this: Yes, those brake lights sure look like an old 8-bit racing car from a video game, specifically something like the very simple cars Atari used in games like Gran Trak 10. Could some Porsche lighting designer have thought to make something that resembles a little overhead race car from those LEDs in there? Maybe? Were they likely thinking about ‘70s-era video games? Ehhhh, sure? I mean, weirder things have happened, right? I don’t know. This is most likely just the unstoppable human urge to see patterns in things at work. Then again, that urge is why we can read five hyphens of light as a “car” at all in video games, so, really, who’s to say? I don’t … [Read more...] about The New Porsche Boxster Seems To Have An Unintentional Easter Egg In Its Taillights
It's a childhood dream come true: take eight wickedly fast and capable cars to a racetrack and drive them until you can decide which one is best. The only problem, for me at least, was that I'd never driven this particular racetrack before, and I had no desire to learn it behind the wheel of a $250,000 Ferrari that laps the Fiorano road course faster than the mythical Enzo supercar. Particularly not with twenty of my friends and co-workers watching. So I asked R&T's Editor-in-Chief Larry Webster if I could show up to NCM Motorsports Park before everyone else and, you know, practice a bit. He agreed, but told me that he didn't want me putting extra miles on the PCOTY candidates. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Not a problem. All I needed was a "trainer". Sort of like the T-38 Talon that the Air Force uses to train its fighter pilots before they step into the cockpit of an F-22. Luckily for me, I had just such a vehicle: my 2004 Boxster S "550 Spyder Edition". I've … [Read more...] about Is a $15,000 Porsche Boxster the Perfect Alternative to a New $100,000 Sports Car?
The Porsche Boxster has been with us since the 1997 model year, and it took 21 years before the worth of a trashed one sank to levels appropriate for the car's appearance in self-service wrecking yards. The BMW Z3 is a couple of years ahead of the Boxster (I saw my first junkyard example a couple of years back) and the Mazda RX-8 (likewise), and I have yet to find a Honda S2000 in a place like this. It will happen, though— it always happens, eventually.I found this car in a big Denver-area high-inventory-turnover yard, and it hadn't been discovered by the local Porsche fanatics yet; by now, I'm sure it has been picked down to the molecular level. Spec Boxster guys have an insatiable hunger for parts from these fragile, complex machines, so the eBay resellers grab everything possible from a car like this. The 201-horsepower boxer six from this car would be just the thing to swap into, say, a Renault Caravelle. Of course, the powertrain in this car has an excellent chance of being … [Read more...] about Junkyard Treasure: 1997 Porsche Boxster
Porsche Boxster Spyder. First came hearsay of a flat-six going into the special edition of a model line known for its turbocharged four-cylinder engines. Then came tattling that the flat-six in question was the naturally aspirated, 4.0-liter from the 911 GT3. A couple of weeks ago we wrote "we'd be surprised if Porsche packed anything other than a turbocharged flat-four under the skin." But Autocar has a new report that, indeed, a downtuned version of the 500-horsepower 4.0-liter from the GT3's rump will move to the Boxster Spyder's midsection.The Autocar piece follows a Wheels magazine article from last November, and the prediction isn't outrageous. When Car and Driver reviewed the last Boxster Spyder, it wrote, "the hand-me-down six comes from the older 911 Carrera S, not to be confused with the new turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six that powers the refreshed 911." If we can believe a recent report from Automobile about the 992-series 911 due later this year, the same thing is … [Read more...] about Porsche Boxster Spyder to get GT3’s 4.0-liter flat six?
With the single-minded intent to turn the performance knob past an indicated 10 to, say, “11,” both the Audi TT Quattro and Porsche Boxster S resemble their tamer, standard-issue siblings, but as we learned, looks can be deceiving. Subtle clues only hint at the superiority of the Quattro and S model variants, but driving either one instantly shows how much more each car really is. We chose to compare these two because they’re both obviously German roadsters, both are at the top of their respective model lines, and both feature high-output engine and suspension/drivetrain options. Besides, we had to find out if the lower-priced TT roadster had a comparable performance/dollar/fun-factor relationship to the Boxster S. When Audi first showed the avant-garde, mechanically inspired TT concept at the ’95 Frankfurt Auto Show, it was deemed a “hit,” and its Californian designer, Freeman Thomas, admitted it was “98 percent production ready.” … [Read more...] about Audi TT Quattro vs. Porsche Boxster S