The Porsche Boxster has been called a lot of things over the years, but at the end of the day, it, and its Cayman cousin, are two of Porsche’s best handling cars. This is thanks mostly to their mid-engine layout but also because of their compact size and low curb weight.
The current 2011 Porsche Boxster should be praised as it’s a sports car that offers real emotion yet at the same time it’s actual quite a rational buying decision. On paper the thing is already brilliant but once you hop behind the wheel, touch the leather and press the accelerator a couple of times to hear the engine roar and you’ll suddenly realize why the Boxster has remained so popular over the years.
There’s only two trim levels for the Boxster normally, the base and the sportier S. We say normally because for 2011 a special edition Boxster Spyder model has been introduced.
The 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder
is essentially a lighter and more hardcore version of the already tight...