Fortunate to find a 2006 with 9700 miles!
While driving it feels "authoritative". Previous owner (just 1) loaded it up with extras. This one is more lux than sport. That said... Driving it it pure thrill. I'm sure the S version is even better but this has all the boost I ask for with more reserve.
Porsche. Expensive to own? Yep. Practical? Nope. Worth it? You better believe it.
2006 Porsche Boxster - 05/08/2011
This is an excellent sports car overall. Even the manual seats can be adjusted to fit any sized person. It is comfortable enough to be a daily commuter car, but I wouldn't recommend it for long drives. There is a fair amount of cabin noise at freeway speed, but it's not too bad. The performance is unbelievable. It accelerates and handles better than my BMW 330 and wife's new 328.
2006 Porsche BoxsterTed - 02/16/2011
Great car! it is what I expected and more. Great handling, performance and engine sound. Solid construction with a very nice sporty look. It is what you would expect from PORSCHE.
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