The new 718 Boxster and Cayman models lose the wonderful naturally aspirated flat-six, but gain a pretty gnarly turbocharged boxer four. That means more power at a lower price. The configurator is up for both models; what does yours look like?
The Porsche Boxster is not a 911, but it’s so damn good and so much cheaper, there really is no Porsche that offers a better value. What do you need to know before you buy a Porsche Boxster? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
A few years ago, Porsche introduced the Boxster Spyder, a lightweight hardcore version of their entry level roadster with a tent for a roof. People loved it. And now, with the gorgeously wonderful Cayman GT4, an open topped hardcore variant has returned. Welcome back, Boxster Spyder.
A while back, we told you why we thought dropping an extra $11k on the GTS variants of the Boxster and Cayman is worth the eye-watering cost of entry—and we stand by that. It's a "good deal" in Porsche parlance. Remember, it's Porsche's world, and we're all just tacking on $23k in options on the average sale, right?
The engineers at Porsche must be raising glasses of Hefeweizen in celebration, because they've built a new Boxster S that's longer, wider, lighter, faster, and almost guaranteed to be a hit for the company.
The third-generation Porsche Boxster will look a lot like the second-generation Boxster if spy photos from Carscoop are to be believed. New car, old look, still very Porsche.
Henry Ford famously offered the Model T in any color as long as it was black. Porsche is trying to do the same thing with its aging buggies — first with the 911, and now with the Boxster S Black edition.
The crew from 'Merican Top Gear rolled into SEMA this morning with a quintet of supercabs. We hear a certain Ray Wert might drive one, but we're not sure if we can tell anyone. So, um, keep it to yourself...
Starting with an old cell phone a friend gave him, 17-year-old Steven Ortiz of Glendora, CA, used Craigslist to trade up 14 times over two years and eventually end up with a Porsche Boxster. Here's how he did it.
Rallying, Le Mans, a Le Mans start, skinny-tired spins, a Rothmans 959, mud, French police, Daytona, hairy-chested flat sixes, the Nürburgring, and more, all crammed into ninety-five seconds. If you don't want a P-car after this, your brain is broken.
Remember the 12-year-old kid behind the Porsche 928 turbo concept? Well, "Porsche Kid" has put together a full breakdown of what he expects from Porsche's 2013-14 lineup with photos below.
This is what every single Porsche Boxster Spyder will dream about when it goes to sleep at night: zipping around curvy mountain roads, unencumbered by hoards of maliciously slow RVs and driven well past the speed limit. Ah, dreams.