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2007 Porsche Boxster Overview
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Based on 10 reviews
For 2007, the Porsche Boxster delivered more power and acceptable fuel efficiency - the true measure of a 21st-century sports car. Engines for both the 2007 Boxster and Boxster S mid-engined roadsters received VarioCam Plus, which continually adjusts valve timing for optimal performance.
The standard Boxster received a 2.7-liter, flat six-cylinder engine that produced 245 horsepower, while the Boxster S was powered by a 3.4-liter six-cylinder that pumped out an impressive 295 horsepower. Both engines were located behind the passenger compartment but ahead of the rear axle, hence the mid-engine designation.
The Boxster base trim came with a standard five-speed manual transmission linked to a hydraulic clutch (the S trim had a six-speed manual standard), while an updated five-speed Tiptronic S automatic/manual transmission, with new hydraulics and electronics, was available as an option on both.
Features included a three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel, power windows, power exterior mirrors, a climate control system, an on-board trip computer, and a digital in-dash AM/FM stereo system with a CD player. Antilock braking, a central locking system with remote, 17-inch Boxster wheels, an automatic extending rear spoiler, and Porsche's Stability Management system were also part of the package.
In addition, the Boxster was equipped with a lightweight, sound-insulating convertible top that opened and closed in 12 seconds. It came with a heated glass rear window and could be operated while moving at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. Options included Park Assist, automatic climate control, a Bose surround sound system, a six-disc CD changer, a three-part Windstop wind deflector, and an aluminum hardtop.
Drivers and reviewers noted that the Porsche Boxster was a fun car to drive, with good balance, a well-appointed interior, and plenty of power when you needed it.
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