2004 Porsche Boxster Consumer Review: Definition of a sports car...
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2004 Porsche Boxster - Consumer Review

2004 Porsche Boxster

Average Consumer Rating

49 Total Reviews

Base Convertible (2.7L 6-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Definition of a sports car...
By M.T. on

Vehicle

2004 Porsche Boxster 2dr Roadster (2.7L 6cyl 5M)

Review

Not only does this car handle incredibly, it fits any driver like a glove and provides them with a much better "feel for the road" than any huge, SUV will ever be able to do. The plain black interior, when accented with aluminum pedals and gauge bezels, is so stunning, that many of my car "afficionado" friends have said it looks better than most other over-blown sports cars. I think for 2005 they're over doing the interiors of the Porsches....too much luxury...not enough "sports car"! Definately get the Pirelli P-Zero tire combination. Its the best. Its hard to beat a Boxster if you want to drive a modern version of a throwback to the past! Well done Porsche...how can you top this car?

Best Features

Plain, stylish Euro-interior, exceptional, powerful, "Bose" optional sound system complete with subwoofers, great exhaust notes at the higher revs, excellent (powered) top down experience!

Worst Features

Wish I had more leg room (I am 6.4!)....Porsche doesn't need anyone else's advice...the Germans know what they're doing. Other manufacturers need to learn something from them....but the price of this very classy sports car is certainly "no bargain".
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