I traded a 13 boxster s for a 2014 991... Always wanted a new body style..the 991 was really awful in all the areas the 2015 boxster s is fantastic.Ride,comfort,..991 could feel every crack in the road..loudly..annoying !..the boxster 6 speed is so perfect in fit..I'm 6'2" and the 14 way seats put the driver in a perfect position to grasp the stick,and then simply touch the PCM to change to what ever format ..media,radio..My 2013 boxster s was built for track..PTV,Pasam,sports exhaust ..this 2015 was built with full leather,blk.Well worth the $$
Burmester stereo..Carmine Red..20"turbo wheels..a fabulous ride..and 40k less than a 991!!
Have had for 8000 miles.....I could not enjoy a car more..I love the two trunks..quality of the real leather...the smooth clutch...the Burmester stereo is amazing...perfect sound at any speed with the top down...
This is not an entry level Porsche. This is a first class roadster a definite step up from other roadsters that it is compared to such as the Z4 and the Audi TT. Great car, excellent ride and style.
Driving this car is a joy and the way it zips in and out of traffic makes you feel if you are driving in a race (of course at posted speeds).
Great car and value.
I traded in my '08 911 (997.1) C4S cabriolet on a 2015 Boxster S. The Boxster is head and tails ahead of the 911 in fit, finish, interior quality, handling, and interior noise. The PCM (entertainment, communication, nav) system on the Boxster is several steps ahead of what what was in the 911. While the 911 is iconic and has a sex appeal superior to the Boxster, the Boxster shines in performance over the 911. This is my third Boxster, and I am of the opinion that the Boxster S is a better balanced car with its mid-engine and weight distribution than the 911, and the power to weight ratio is well within anyone's power requirements.