...Aside from the mechanical innovations, the Boxster also features a few practical features that buyers will appreciate. First, the Boxster offers more cargo area than any of its competitors due to the inclusion of front and rear trunks. This front/rear trunk design produces an impressive 9.1 cubic feet of cargo space, and is made possible by the mid-engine design. Second, the Boxster's livable cockpit has a good deal of space for two occupants and features wonderful, cradling seats. For safety, side airbags are standard and roll bars are built in behind the seats. Finally, the Boxster has the...
Porsche is going hybrid—with plug-in hybrid versions of all its major models, eventually. And yes, that means not just the upcoming 918 Spyder and the 2014 Porsche... read more May 16, 2013 by Bengt Halvorson
We're still eager to do a seat-to-seat, back-to-back comparison between the standard-bearing Porsche Boxster and the all-new 2014 Jaguar F-Type. While there's really no... read more May 2, 2013 by Bengt Halvorson
We've taken a look back at the six best cars we've driven this year, and along the way, you might have found a car that fits your needs just about perfectly. From the fun and... read more December 10, 2012 by Nelson Ireson
It's not widely known amongst the general public, but Porsche frequently contracts out its actual production. In the past, Porsche relied on Finnish independent vehicle... read more September 19, 2012 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
We are the sum of our collected past experiences, and the very same thing can be said about cars, especially those with a heritage steeped in racing. The 2013 Porsche Boxster... read more September 18, 2012 by Kurt Ernst