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While it sits at the of Porsche’s range, the new 2.7-litre is still a joy to drive whatever the Although far from slow, its is the only aspect of the experience makes it feel a poor to its stablemates. Yet despite the lack of acceleration, the car is still fabulous behind the wheel.

As an entry to Porsche ownership, the basic is exceptional.

Ever wondered if drop-top are being ripped off? all, equiva-lent coupés are always cheaper – despite the that they offer metal for the money!

In reality, the cost of cabrios stands to – there’s the hood mechanism and stiffening to pay for. All of which Porsche’s new entry-level Boxster even better value. At it actually costs less the coupé model: the £36,220 is £3,050 more, but does necessarily mean it’s

Fire up the Boxster and the stiff of the short-throw gearstick gives the that this is a genuine car. All the controls share pre-cision feeling, setting the for a truly special drop-top. the bonnet, the VarioCam Plus adjusts the valve management to the power output by 5bhp to

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On paper, improvements in acceler-ation are small. The 2.7-litre model 0-62mph in 6.1 seconds – 0.1 seconds than before – while the top with the optional six-speed box rises by 3mph to 162mph. from the steer-ing to the brakes huge involvement.

However, capabilities are a constant reminder this chassis can cope far more power. At no point the car feel slow, but neither it have breathtaking thrust.

That said, there’s plenty of punch to explore the near-perfectly balanced handling. the PASM (Porsche Active Management) Sport mode and the set-up gives trackday-ready ability. What’s more, the upgrades boost economy by to 30.4mpg.

Other than the underbody there are no changes to the Boxster.

get the same well built and slick hood; the latter is at up to 31mph, and takes only 12 to fold. But a word of warning. The will soon rise if you the options list.

You’ll pay for the six-speed manual gearbox PASM, and £380 for a short-throw All of these will be needed to the roadster’s powertrain to the full.

So, does the basic Boxster up to the Porsche promise? And can £33,170 look like good for money? Yes!

Although the is high, this car offers a driving experience that’s a match for the more expensive

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