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2004 Porsche Boxster Consumer Discussions

2004 Porsche Boxster
There's no substitute for thorough research when you're buying an old car. The Boxster is a great choice, provided it is well maintained, which does cost more than many other sports cars I've owned. M...

My first thought was a CPO boxster S, looks like i could get a 2008-2009 for just under 40K. Still significant depreciation, losing the CPO magic, but i'm somewhat secure that i'm not getting a lemon...

I am debating between a new 2005/6 Boxster S and a 2006 911 cabriolet (both base and S models). The Boxster is immediately available (unless I want to order a 2006) and comes at a 3-7% discount to MS...

This is my first experience with buying a porsche. I have got 3 options below from a WA dealer. Since the prices are in the same range, I am leaning towards the boxster S....

Butt Ugly headlights...( style mistake ? ).. the 996 was shadowed by the Boxster by those damn things, now thier SUV dumb! Tradition.. yes round ones! Have you ever wondered why, when you looked in ...

5) The difference between $28,000 and $6,000 is $22,000. Do you think your Boxster will be worth more than $43,500 minus $22,000 = $21,500 in 3 years? I would hope so. By comparison, I bought a 20...

Well you convinced me that I need to go out and test drive a Boxster S again. Especially after getting word that the earliest I could get a 997 911S Convertible would be late this year or early next....

I've been shopping for a Porsche since the summer. I first drove the Cayman then the Boxster. I loved both of them, but was leaning toward the Boxster, because it was a bit less and convertible. I hel...

Finally got my handle changed from bmwx5jim to my new handle Jim's cay S. I can't speak to Boxster vs Honda 2000 because I can't fit in anything that small anymore since I am 6'5" tall (although ...

Anyway, while my first "love" was a Boxster, I then switched to Cayman for overall better experience, in my mind. Though the longer I read about the engine issues along with the high yearly ...

not many, I bet. I used to drive a 2000 Boxster S....nice car....but the cayenne will be close to it in acceleration. As to comfort, cayenne will surpass it....
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Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
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