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Hi all, I'm thinking of buying a 2007 boxster (11000 miles). By this year and model, has Porsche taken care of the ims problem? It's the one thing holding me back. I guess I've been rather spoiled having had a Z-3 for the last ten years that hasn't given me a bit of trouble. Any thoughts would be appreciated. thanks!
I am considering purchasing a roadster as a "weekend" car this spring. I have narrowed it down to two cars - a new 370Z roadster or a Porsche Approved Boxster (2007-08 or an older Boxster S). Both the 370Z and Boxster have similar performance (both way more than I will ever demand) and are about the same price to purchase. While there "is no substitute" for a Porsche, I am concerned ... Read More
I plan to purchase a new 2008 Boxster S within the next couple of weeks. Has anyone had any experiences in buying a new Boxster. I noted that the 2007 closeout discounts were around 10-15% . However , with the bad economy and the fact that Porsche delayed the introduction of the 2009 models for 7 months, I 've heard talk of 25%-30% discounts being given. I've also noticed that the ... Read More
Hello everyone, i'm new to this forum. Ive been reading on the prior boxster problems. I myself have owned a 2001 Boxster Tip and a 2007 Cayman S all new. I just picked up my new '09 Boxster 2.9 Liter Manual and this is the 2nd time i get a big puff of white smoke when starting it up. I've never experienced this in my two other Porsche's, however, i'm reading ... Read More
Sie 1 said: "I noted that the 2007 closeout discounts were around 10-15% . However , with the bad economy and the fact that Porsche delayed the introduction of the 2009 models for 7 months, I 've heard talk of 25%-30% discounts being given." A few questions: 1) To Sie1 or anyone who may have recently purchased a Porsche Boxster ... can you share some info about your purchase and of ... Read More
Hi guttersn1pe. The best way to get a good deal on the Boxster that you are interested in is to negotiate as low a selling price as possible on it and then have the dealer calculate your monthly payment using its buy rate lease money factor. You can look up this car's dealer invoice price in the New Vehicle Pricing section of Edmunds.com. Once you know what the invoice price is, ... Read More
I'm looking to possibly lease a 2007 Boxster. The car's details are: BASE - Porsche Base Model --- 45,600.00 7G - Dark Olive Metallic --- 3,070.00 V9 - Black Top --- 0.00 JU - Palm Green Standard Leather --- 0.00 249 - Tiptronic S --- 3,210.00 407 - 19" Sport Design Wheel --- 3,175.00 342 - Heated Front Seats --- 480.00 P74 - Bi-Xenon Headlamp Package --- 1,090.00 Total with Options ... Read More
You're very welcome, thewyz. Here's the information that you're looking for. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Porsche Boxster without Tiptronic and with 10,000 miles per year are .00310 and 65%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00310 and 58%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
No problem, wmsc998. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Porsche Boxster without Tiptronic and with 15,000 miles per year are .00310 and 55%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi Tesla. This particular discussion is really for consumers to discuss the Porsche Boxster. Please post any additional questions that you have on the Cayman in the following discussion: "Porsche Cayman: Lease Questions". Since we're already here, I'll take a quick look at your deal. A base 2007 Porsche Cayman S has a spread of around $7,500 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. The discount of $7,600 that ... Read More
Hi topcat3. You were smart to find out the exact selling price of the Boxster that you want to lease. Do you know its MSRP as well? If so, let us know what it is. It will show us how much of a discount you are being given on this car and it will enable me to use Porsche Credit's current lease program to estimate what your monthly payment should be. ... Read More
So I'm a new Boxster owner (all of 2 months, 2007 model) and yes it drives wonderfully. But recently I left the lights on (my other cars headlights automatically shut off) and fully drained my battery. Well, what an experience. After putting my key in the ignition and realizing that the battery was dead, I found that I could not get the key out! I read the manual and it clearly ... Read More
Hi fredrickk. In your post you mentioned that you have $6,000 to use as a down payment for your lease. It really is not in your best interest to make a large down payment when leasing. Consumers who make large capitalized cost reductions on leased vehicles risk losing them it their car or truck is totaled in an accident or stolen and never recovered. All you have to pay at lease ... Read More
Hi Joe. I don't recall ever seeing Porsche Credit residual values for 30 month leases. It may be possible for dealers to modify Porsche Credit's published lease program to provide consumers with a 30 month lease, but I am not sure. I can give you an idea of what this car's 36 month lease program is like though. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a ... Read More
Hello hschultz. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Porsche Boxster with a manual transmission and with 12,000 miles per year are .00310 and 68%, respectively. The numbers for the '07 Boxster S are the same. Boxsters that are equipped with Tiptronic transmissions have residual values that are 2% lower than ones that have manual transmissions. Car_man Host Prices ... Read More
Hi Steve. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Boxster with a manual transmission and with 10,000 miles per year are .00310 and 61%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
I am interested in a 36 month 10k miles per year lease on a 2007 Porsche Boxster non-tiptronic. Anyone know the residual and money factor. Thanks, Steve
Hi gdr1. The problem that I have with demo vehicles is that dealers never seem to be willing to discount them enough for me to personally justify purchasing what essentially is a low mileage used vehicle over a brand new one that no one has driven before. What sort of price would you be able to get on a brand new Boxster without any miles on it? I suspect that there ... Read More
No personal disrespect to sranger, but I am not sure where he is coming from with his figures. If a 1 year old Boxster depreciated $20-$30k, Porsche would be out of business tomorrow, given the percentage that are leased through Porsche leasing. While any new car depreciates significantly in the first few years, Porsches fare pretty well. Kiplinger, in their December Personal Finance magazine, lists the estimated 3 year residual of ... Read More
Well, tpfc, I guess that then is now :). Through the end of the year, Porsche Credit's buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a base 2007 Porsche Boxster with Tiptronic and 12,000 miles per year are .00310 and 60%, respectively. Using these numbers, an MSRP of $61,770, and a selling price of $57,504, I estimate that this car's zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $861. Car_man ... Read More
Hi Car_man, My 2007 Boxster non-S with Tiptronic will be arriving in a few weeks and I’d like to know the latest Porsche money factor, residual value, and estimated monthly payment for 36 month lease with 12,000 miles/year. MSRP including destination charge is $61,770 and purchase price is $57,504. Thanks.
Hi tpfc. Porsche Credit's current lease program is scheduled to run through October 31st. I can give you an idea of what this program is like right now, but you will have to check back with me in November for information on that month's program. Porsche Credit probably will not publish its November lease program until the first week of November. If you were to lease a 2007 Porsche Boxster with ... Read More
No problem, cklyeung. Thanks for the additional information. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Porsche Boxster S with an MSRP of $52,000 and a selling price of $50,000 through Porsche Credit right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year, its zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $723. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Car_man, Can you please provide November 2006 money factor, residual value, and estimate of monthly lease payment for a 2007 Porsche Boxster non-S with Tiptronic? MSRP including destination charge is $61,770 and purchase price is $57,504. I would appreciate quote for 12,000 mile and 15,000 mile lease. Thanks.
Greetings cklyeung. Porsche Credit's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Porsche Boxster S with a manual transmission with 12,000 miles per year are .00310 and 64%, respectively. I assume that the price that you mentioned in your post is this car's selling price. I would be happy to estimate what your monthly payment should be on the exact car that ... Read More
As far as I know, the Boxster engines that had problems were in the early (1990's) models. A neighbor of mine who formerly worked for Porsche's racing team is considering a 2007 Boxster S with the new 3.4 liter engine. According to him, it's bulletproof, having been refined from the 3.6 liter 911 engine. When I was considering a 2005 Boxster S last year before deciding on a 911, I could ... Read More
I am actually waiting for my 2007 Porsche Boxster and unfortunately that wait is until October. But one thing that I have been looking into is the Porsche driving experience in Alabama. Has anyone taken that and/or the Skip Barber course? How do they compare? I want to get the most enjoyment out of my first Porsche. Thanks.
As 911 forum visitors know, I am a big advocate of the sport chrono package. Not for the chrono part, but for the sport part. It increases the throttle response and makes the car feel quicker, although Porsche claims no "official" hp or performance gain. At a minimum, I suggest you try a Boxster equiped with it, and decide for yourself. Regarding Bose, it is a common (and rather expensive) option. ... Read More
I know someone who works for Porsche. The 911 is not getting a hp boost.
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