Porsche Boxster Models and Boxster History

Side airbags were added as a standard feature to the Boxster in 1998. The following year, the gas tank was increased in size to house 14.1 gallons and some shuffling of trim levels took place. The performance Boxster S debuted in 2000, offering 250 horsepower. Improved interior lighting, an updated dashboard and a new gauge cluster were the key changes for 2001. The Boxster wouldnt see any changes in 2002, but would get new front and rear fascias and new turn signal lenses for 2003. Only a few trim levels were updated in 2004, but major changes were in store for 2005. All models got a power boost, a new manual transmission, larger front side air intakes, more stylish headlight treatments, updated door sills, windows and brakes, and standard stability control and head-level side airbags.


A more efficient GPS system graced the 2006 model with integration to smartphones. The base engine received a five horsepower boost in 2007, able to make 245 hp. It complemented an updated auto-shifter and standard tire pressure monitoring system. While 2008 saw no major updates, 2009 got a few. The base engine was enlarged to 2.9-liters, and the size of the touchscreen for the Porsche Control Management system was increased with hard drive based GPS offered. A new steering wheel was the only change for 2010. Bluetooth and iPod integration were made standard in 2011. No changes were in store for 2012, but an all-new design was unveiled in 2013. The only change for 2014 was the addition of the performance GTS trim level.

New and Used Boxster Prices, Porsche Boxster Model Years and History

The best-selling and iconic Boxster by Porsche is back for 2016, decked out with options.
A car that is as good-looking as it is fun to drive, thePorsche Boxster offers serene handling, fast speeds and a road-romping good time.
One the most well-balanced rides on the market, the 2014 Porsche Boxster is a performance oriented mid-engine roadster.
The newly re-designed 2013 Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine roadster capable of 0-60 in under 5 seconds.
A mid-engine roadster with superior handling, the 2012 Porsche Boxster is avaiable in special trims including the Boxster Spyder and Boxster Black Edition.
A mid-engine roadster, the 2011 Boxster combines precise handling with miles of headroom, making it a timeless sports car that leads its class in style and performance.
The 2010 Porsche Boxster is a two-passenger, compact convertible sports car available in two trims; the 255 hp base trim and the 310 hp S trim.
Sporting an updated look, the two-seat 2009 Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine roadster that draws upon Porsches rich performance heritage.
A convertible top and seating for two show that the 2008 Porsche Boxster is a true sports car built for top-down motoring excitement and for 2008 a few special limited editions are available.
The 2007 Porsche Boxster is a pure two-seat two-passenger convertible sports car that offers top-down driving thrills in a crisp handling and stylish package.
The 2006 Porsche Boxster is a two-passenger convertible sports car available with a 240 hp six-cylinder in the base model or a larger 280 hp six-cylinder in the S.
More power and a refreshed appearance are just part of the appeal of the 2005 Porsche Boxster, a two-passenger, two-door sports convertible.
A convertible sports car with room for two, the 2004 Porsche Boxster offers 911 fun at a lower price and is available in a base model or a more potent S version.
A compact, two-door convertible sports car, the 2003 Porsche Boxster seats two passengers and has received a power boost to the now 258 hp S trim.
The 2002 Porsche Boxster is a two-door, two-passenger convertible sports car available in a standard trim with 217 hp or the more powerful S version featuring 250 hp.
The 2001 Porsche Boxster is a two-door compact convertible sports car available in a 217 hp standard version of the 250 hp S variant.
A compact convertible sports car, the two-passenger 2000 Porsche Boxster now adds a new 250 hp S version to the lineup.
A compact, convertible sports car with room for two, the 1999 Porsche Boxster has managed to harness most of the exciting 911 performance and placed it in an entry-level form.
The 1998 Porsche Boxster is a compact, convertible sports car that seats two passengers and features exciting performance at a price far below that of the exotic 911.