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As far as I know (and that's not a lot) there are no Boxster Ss to stay away from. The S came out in 2000 and any issues I have heard are about early non-S Boxsters....

I changes the battery in my 2003 boxster S to a Super Start® Extreme - Battery (Part # 48EXTJ) from O'Reilly....

I am taking the last few careful steps before I own a Porsche. I am debating between a 2005 Boxster Conv and 2003 911(996) Carrera cab(RWD). My heart is for the latter (cant afford a new 911 though). ...

(1) Is your 2003 911 a coupe or cab? I have heard that the 997 Cab is better than the 996 at coming close to matching the coupe in handling, but that neither are as tight or nimble as the Boxster S,... l?tid=edmunds.n.prices.leftsidenav..4.Porsche*...

I came out of a Boxster S (2003) and was considering both the Cayman S and 911 C2S. I have previously taken performance driving courses and will be going back to take Porsche's advanced level course ...

Congratulations on your purchase, but I must say that I hope for your sake the 997 Tiptronic is a lot better than the one I test drove in a 2005 Boxster S last week. I have driven many high performan...

Car_Man I would appreciate your opinion on the residual value of a 2003 Boxster S that msrp'd in 2003 for $57790. I am buying the car from the original owner and it is either a case of he had a 36 mon...

I am considering purchasing a used Boxster. My research so far shows significant inprovements on the 2003 model, and even more improvements with the 2005 model. A friend of mine just mentioned that ...

A C4S would probably be better if you got caught in a light snow. But I still contend that, unless you get snow tires, no 911, Cayman or Boxster is a good winter snow car. And even with snow tires, ...
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