Used Porsche Convertibles Ratings
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2003 Porsche Boxster - S (M6)
Pros: Extraordinary styling and an equally brilliant interior make it the best sport car Ive ever owned. previous/current cars: Mazda RX7 '93; BMW M3 '99; BMW M5 01'; Mercedes S500 '03. Fun to drive. Very fast.
Cons: Expensive for most, a little cramped on the inside (im 6'6''), 3 theift attempts and I live in Beverly Hills, Ca!
Advice: The Porsche Boxster S is for those who don't want a classless 350Z and eye sore Z4precise, neutral steering; an aversion by the car to roll, squat or dive under heavy g forces or severe braking, and an almost insurmountable tendency to stay glued to the street and go precisely where it's told! And thats with the stability managment system ($799) off! Even in atrocious weather and some pretty determined driving I never ever feel the thing kick in, Thank you PSM!!!
2003 Porsche Boxster - Base (M5)
Cons: seats a bit narrow
Advice: Buy an almost new one and save some $$$Performance, performance, performance!! The Boxter is hard to beat! Excellent cornering, braking and good acceleration-smooth through the whole range-Easy electric top-no need for a boot! I like the two trunks-I also have an Audi TT Roadster Quattro- It's fun but the Porsche is a more refined car. Not as fast as a Corvette but excellent on windy roads
2003 Porsche 911 - GT2 RWD Coupe
Pros: the amazing acceleration
Cons: it couldve came with some beter looking rims
Advice: test drive it only to seal the dealwow this car is so dang fast its unbelievable.. if u know how to drive a stick shift good then u will be pleased greatly i just barely started to go and next thing i know im going almost 50mph in like 2 seconds this ca is amazing get it as soon as u can