Typical of its inherent Porsche DNA, any Boxster model, from the base version to the lighter, more hardcore Spyder, delivers a typically sporting driving experience. Feedback through the steering wheel...
... and chassis are about as good as it gets, and the seating position is excellent. Controls are deliberate and easily manageable, with the driver support systems like stability management and the available active suspension system providing minimally invasive corrections, but always there to assist should you overestimate your own driving talent. The brakes, too, are simply incredible across the range, and particularly so on the Boxster S and Boxster Spyder. The lightweight Spyder offers the most visceral and emotional Porsche driving experience this side of a 911 GT3, which costs nearly twice as much. Best of all, while they are undoubtedly sporting, the various Boxster variants offer perhaps the purest driving experience available in a
new car today.