In the early 1990s Porsche was struggling and in need of a fresh new car to help turn things around. Their answer was the introduction of the Boxster in 1996. The car featured a sleek roadster design, reminiscent of the Porsche Speedster. With the Boxster’s small platform, powerful engine and excellent handling the car quickly became popular. It’s widely believed the Boxster played a significant role in saving Porsche. A redesigned 911 debuted in 1998 featuring similar front end styling and interior as the Boxster, helping further the resurgence of the company.
Fort Lauderdale | Lot 206
2000 Porsche Boxster
$16,775 USD | Sold
| Fort Lauderdale, Florida
31 March 2017
- Flat six-cylinder engine
- Five-speed manual transmission
- Silver with red leather – introductory color combination
- Power locks, windows, steering, brakes and top.
- Air conditioning
- Cruise control
This 2000 Porsche Boxster is presented in silver with a red leather interior, a color combination which was utilized at the introduction of the vehicle. The car is powered by a flat six-cylinder engine which is paired to a five-speed manual transmission. Power equipment includes locks, windows, convertible top, steering and brakes. The interior is completed in red leather with black accents and features air conditioning, cruise control and a factory radio.