Porsche’s lower-priced mid-engine sports car got some major aerodynamic and appearance modifications in 2003. Wind-tunnel testing resulted in a sharper front end. More prominent outer edges on the Boxster’s front air intakes boosted airflow. The engines didn’t change in size, bu... Read Full Report
Sports car earns respect Boxster S is the performance version of Porsche's entry-level roadster. Porsche's entry-level sports cars get no respect. From the little 914 of the 1970s, through the front-engine 924 and 944, to today's Boxster, the pecking order ranks them as something less than a real Porsche. In other words, not up to the standards of a racy 911. That's... Read full review for the 2004 Porsche Boxster
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The 2004 Porsche Boxster "S" model engine has a very deep growl and has boosted horse power (258 HP) vs. the non-S model. With the variable camshaft control (dual cam) you can feel the surge of power ... Read Full Review
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