11 June 2014

Like its new and sensational Cayman GTS brother, the Porsche Boxster GTS is a slightly more potent but considerably more precise version of the regular Porsche Boxster S.

Power rises to 326bhp and torque to 273lb ft, and you also get Porsche’s PASM suspension and Sports Chrono Package as standard. So, can the new Boxster GTS match its sibling? Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe finds out.

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10 June 2014
Not the best car in the world.
The best being the Cayman GTS.

The Bosxter S is not precise?

What more?

A future classic.

The best of the world and of all time?

The 911 has become too large. And the future is dark with disappointing four-cylinders ...

11 June 2014
Epic car ruined by Halfords smoked lights! Does it come with Turbo and Type-R badges, and optional Ripspeed stereo too?




21 June 2014
Great videos - superb reviews but Steve finds that the Cayman GTS has just a touch more precision than the Boxster GTS.
However the Cayman is on the optional 10mm lower sports suspension and the Boxster on the PASM option.
Could not the difference between the two cars be attributed to the difference in suspension rather than the Boxster not having a roof?
Surely you'd expect the sports suspension equipped car to have some advantage over the standard ?
Just a thought.

24 June 2014
I love this car but it appears to be bit expensive. Yet, the comfort in the car and other things is admirable, along these lines I would say that the price is kind of justified. If you wish to know more you can check here.

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