2001 Porsche BoxterMap
Porsche’s “entry-level” model packs a mid-mounted six-cylinder engine. The Boxster debuted early in 1997 after several years on the concept block. Serving as the German automaker’s contender for the roadster market, the two-passenger rear-drive Boxster convertible drew abundant praise when it went on sale, drawing a new group of buyers to Porsche dealerships. Styling harks back to the original Porsche 356 of the 1950s and to the seldom-seen 550 Spyder and RS60 models of the past. The Boxster name blends the term used for horizontally opposed engines (“boxers”) with the car’s roadster body.
This convertible has been very well cared for in every aspect, both cosmetically and mechanically! Equipped with 5 speed manual transmission and only 51,000 miles!