What is a 2000 Porsche Boxster worth?
$2,113 to $8,536
How long do Porsche Boxster engines last?
How Long Do Porsches Last? Years & Miles (With Examples)
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What is the best year for Porsche Boxster?
Is Porsche Boxster a girl car?
Yes, the Boxster is a chick car.
What’s wrong with Porsche Boxster?
Symptoms: Engine Knocking Noise, Oil Consumption, Black Exhaust Tail Pipe. The M96 and M97 engines found in the Boxster are famed for cylinder scoring – deep gauges in the cylinder liner, usually associated with a knocking noise and eventually catastrophic engine failure.
Is it worth buying a Porsche Boxster?
A 986 Boxster is a great and inexpensive way into Porsche ownership: most are dependable, fun and cheap to run, but maintenance costs can hit you if the rare engine issues strike. To minimise the risk, buy one with full (especially recent) service history.
Is a Porsche Boxster a good investment?
Fast, fun and oozing with quality, the second-generation Porsche Boxster is a solid secondhand investment. So, if you’re looking for a fun, stylish second car, or your need for practicality is scant enough to justify one as your only car, the Porsche Boxster 987 is a very desirable proposition.
What is the best Porsche Boxster?
Last year, the second generation Spyder was introduced. Boasting 370bhp and less mass than the standard car, it shares many parts with the brilliant Cayman GT4 and is arguably the most desirable Boxster yet made. For now at least, it’s commanding a premium over the list price, with cars offered for sale around £90,000.
Will Porsche Boxster go up in value?
As more crashed Boxsters exit the market demand will increase for the few nice Boxster left and the value will steadily increase. This has a side benefit of making available many high quality parts that are bargain-priced when your Boxster requires repair.
Is a Boxster a poor man’s Porsche?
While the 2020 Porsche Boxster isn’t the most affordable option for a sports car, it isn’t the most unattainable either. For many years the Boxster was referred to as the ‘poor mans Porsche’ but over the past generation, they have quickly become one of the most striking options.
Is the Porsche Boxster a supercar?
It might be tempting to head straight for the million-dollar supercar league and scratch that Ferrari or McLaren itch, but trust us on this one: The Porsche Boxster (or preferably the Boxster S that TODAY drove this week) is the perfect starter sportscar, a crucial first step into the world of supercars.
Why do people not like Porsche Boxster?
Originally Answered: Why don’t more people drive used Porsche Boxsters? Largely for the same reasons most people aren’t interested in driving any sports car: they have only two seats, relatively limited cargo space, a high-ish interior noise level, and a fairly stiff ride.
Can you daily drive a Boxster?
It has the standard sports car drawbacks as a daily driver: high noise level, stiff ride, room for only two. Assuming those are issues you can live with, the Boxster makes a reasonable daily driver.
How reliable are Porsche Boxsters?
The good news is that the Boxster 986 is generally reliable and has an MoT pass rate of 78%, which is well above average for cars of that age. The most common reasons for failure are minor headlamp defects and worn tyres.
What year did Porsche fix IMS problem?
However, starting with the 2006 model year, Porsche in its third revision of the intermediate shaft bearing, changed over to a design that is not serviceable, leaving later model years with no recourse for addressing this issue with preventative maintenance, which failures still frequent.
Should I buy a Boxster or Boxster S?
Many believe the S models to be the best because they have better power and tuning as well as a stiffer suspension that proved to be more track friendly. So if you are planning to buy the Boxster for amateur racing, the Boxster S is the car to buy, though it will cost you more than the base versions.