Timelessly beautiful, precision crafted, and unexpectedly
affordable - it might be surprising that a high caliber roadster
like this 2002 Porsche Boxster is within reach, but as you read on,
this only get better.
The shape has Porsche blood running through its veins, so you'll hardly be able to resist the car's siren call to get in, turn the key, drop the top, and head out in search of twisting pavement. The factory Arctic Silver Metallic reflects this car's lineage perfectly. Not only is it a representation of Germany's racing colors, but also the sophisticated hue looks fantastic on sunny days. It gives this sports roadster an elegant appearance that's complemented by the pricey optional 17-inch alloy wheels. Fit and finish are excellent from the factory, because after all, this is a precision German machine.
Color coordination is key to this car's upper class appearance, and so beneath the tight-fitting black roof is nicely preserved black interior. The handsome leather bucket seats are engineered to hold you in place without being constrictive. The gauges are big and easy to read, and because it's a true Porsche, the tachometer sits boldly in the center to remind you that the driving experience is this roadster's top priority. Like any good premium car, it comes loaded with power windows, power locks, keyless entry, AM/FM stereo w/CD changer, and heated power seats. There's a power convertible top to button everything up on rainy days, but the ice-cold air conditioning means you can stay comfortable whenever open to the world. Because this is a modern classic there are also great safety features like ABS, dual front airbags, and side airbags. Two trunks, one up front, and one behind the mid-mounted engine, provide a far superior luggage capacity than most other super sleek roadsters.
The original 2.7-liter flat-six motor is the true heart of the joy this Boxster provides. It lives just behind the rear seats to give you great balance on the road, and this later model means more power. It revs like a proper Porsche should and makes the unmistakable exhaust note that only a horizontally opposed performance motor can. More than just Porsche's legendary engineering prowess for sport-tuned suspensions, this Boxster comes with other desirable performance features such as a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel disc brakes. Of course, since there's also power steering, cruise control, and those dual trunks, this Porsche can be the ultimate weekend getaway machine, too.
Complete with its full manual books, you have a fleeting opportunity to pick up a precision roadster for less than the price of an economy hatchback. These kinds of irresistible opportunities never are available for long. Call now!!
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