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28 April 2008

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It all depends how much you want the special edition. It’s a brilliant car, but with a few cosmetic exceptions you can specify all of its good bits on a normal Boxster S. That’s probably what we’d do.


I think that buying the special edition is better in financial terms. Specifying all the good bits found on RS60 will even up the prices, but when the time will come to sell your Boxster you can make more money on the limited edition - it is more desirable. Hence, I do feel that the RS60 is quite good value for money.

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