Porsche Boxster dimensions
Latest model: Porsche Boxster Convertible (2011)
Length: 170.9 (in) = 4342 (mm)
Width: 70.9 (in) = 1801 (mm)
Height: 50.9 (in) = 1292 (mm)
Compare Porsche Boxster dimensions to: Porsche 911 Carrera
Porsche Boxster details:
The 2011 Porsche Boxster is one of the most desirable roadsters on the sphere. It's wise to be conservative with the features list, though, or you may find yourself missing an arm or a leg. Porsche Boxster Convertible offers the following pros: Sublime handling and steering; comprehensive engines; cool fuel efficiency; impressive transmissions; top-notch interior; highly customizable. Porsche Boxster Convertible drawbacks are: Gets pricey when many features are added; taller occupants may feel cramped; unintuitive PDK shift buttons; Spyder's fussy roof.
The 2011 Porsche Boxster is a two-seat convertible available in base, S, Black Edition and Spyder trims. The base model comes equipped with 17-inch wheels, a performance soft top, cruise control, six-way adjustable seatings (power backrest, manual fore/aft and height), a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, air-conditioning, partial leather upholstery, Bluetooth and a four-speaker audio system with a CD player and an Ipod/usb stereo interface. Stepping up to the Porsche Boxster S gets you a bigger motor, 18-inch wheels and red-painted brake calipers.
Should you wish to double the base price tag of the Porsche Boxster, Porsche will happily oblige you with a seemingly endless features list. The Comfort suite adds adaptive bi-xenon headlights, a wind deflector, auto-dimming mirrors, automatic wipers and automatic conditioning. The Infotainment suite gets a navigator, radio and a seven-speaker audio system.
The items in these packages can be added separately along with various wheel sizes and designs, a mechanical limited-slip back differential, an adaptive suspension, ceramic composite brakes (S and Spyder only), back parking sensors and a sport helm with PDK shift paddles. Dashboard features include fully powered seatings, three various sport bench designs, heated seatings, ventilated seatings, a heated helm, voice controls, satellite radio, a Six-cd changer and a 10-speaker Bose surround-sound system.
The Sport Chrono suite adds a lap timer, adjustable driver options and, with PDK, release control. Then there are the numerous configuration choices that will cover just about any dashboard surface in leather, Alcantara, aluminum, carbon fiber, wood trim or look paint.
The Porsche Boxster Spyder is a stripped-down version of the Porsche Boxster S. Traditional equipment contains 19-inch wheels, more horsepower, the limited-slip back differential, a lowered sport-tuned suspension, a manually operated lightweight soft top, lightweight sport seatings and look paint-matched dashboard trim. It ditches air-conditioning along with a few trim pieces, while the four-speaker audio system is a no-cost feature. Most of the Porsche Boxster's features are available on the Spyder, but certain luxury items like the ventilated seatings and Bose audio are not available. If those lightweight seatings with the non-adjustable backrests are not to your liking, the regular sport seatings from the Porsche Boxster are available. .