Porsches lower-priced, mid-engine sports car got some major technical and appearance modifications for the 2003 model year. Wind-tunnel work has resulted in a sharper-profiled front end, whose lower edge forms a continuous lip. The front air intakes have more prominent outer edges, which g... Read Full Report
Go figure. The economy has a case of the jitters and sales of the lowest-priced Porsche go down while sales of the highest-priced Porsche go up. Sales of the Boxster (starting at $42,600 to $52,000) slid to 8,118 units in the first nine months of this year from 10,071 in the same period a year ago, while sales of the 911 (starting at $67,000 to $180,000) rose to 8,779 units from 7,907. Por... Read full review for the 2003 Porsche Boxster
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