The Porsche Boxster convertible may have its critics but at the end of the day it remains a hardcore sports car with impeccable handling, decent performance, and the allure of open-top fun. Anyone who discredits the Boxster as purely a car for the fairer sex probably hasn’t driven one, but if you can ignore that there’s a lot of fun to be had and a great deal of value too.
The 2012 Porsche Boxster is the last model of the second-generation Boxster, or 987 as it’s referred to internally or to hardcore fans. Yes, Porsche has already unveiled a much sexier and more potent 2013 model so we’d recommend only going with the 2012 car if there’s a great deal to be had or you need a new car today.
There’s two different versions offered, a standard model and a sportier Boxster S, and while both are what most people would consider fast, it’s the Boxster S we’d spend our hard-earned on. Still, the base model is by no means a dud, coming with a...
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