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2009 Porsche Boxster Consumer Discussions

I read something interesting about the revised 987 Boxster (2009-10?) in the February issue of Automobile. They say the 987s (Boxster/Cayman) are getting the same motors as the current 911/997. T...

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 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). ...

I just bought a brand new 2008 Boxster with Preferred Package Plus with Tiptronic for $47,500. The MSRP was $53,440, the invoice price was $46,560. I emailed 7 dealers within a 150 mile radius, aske...

I had a 2006 911 C4 Cab then a 2008 Boxster. I've been Porsche-less for a while but a 2009 911 White Coupe PDK is being delivered late this afternoon. I'm as excited over it as I was waiting for my ...

The short answer is YES, Boxsters and Caymans from 2005 to 2008. Due to various issues like intermediate shaft failure or cracked pistons, oil starvation, oil ingestion etc. Will all of them fail? N...

Gee, this site has been quiet for a year! Do you know what the current residuals and mfs are for the 2009 boxsters?...
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*Disclaimer
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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