The Boxster may have saved Porsche but to many it was a poor man's 911.
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The new Boxster is immediately recognisable from the back.
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The rear lights are also a giveaway.
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It's not just Ferrari that has a prancing-horse logo.
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This might be a road-going sports car, but sometimes you just want to show off that you could measure your lap times accurately.
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Being mid-engined, the Boxster has always had great handling.
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The new rear stops the Boxster from looking the same forwards as backwards.
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This bright-red interior might not be to everyone's taste, but we liked it.
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On the rare occasion that the weather in the UK is good enough to drive with the top down, a Boxster is a great car to have in the garage.
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Crossing this threshold is a sure way of having a good time.
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Porsche likes to make sure you never forget who made this car.
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Even though you could consider it an entry-level Porsche, the new Boxster is one of the best cars the company currently builds.
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