2013 Porsche Boxster Values

Select a 2013 Porsche Boxster trim level

2013 model year changes

For 2013, the Boxster gets significant redesign. The new Boxster is lighter, faster, better-handling and more efficient than its predecessor.

Competitive comparison

Superb steering and handling, top-level overall performance in an easy-to-live-with package

Special features for 2013

The Porsche Boxster is the least-expensive way to get into a Porsche. Starting at just under $50,000, the Boxster offers a lightweight mid-engine chassis powered by a choice of potent powertrains, including an optional 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. While the Boxster is in the same class as the BMW Z4, Audi TTS, Corvette Convertible and Mercedes SLK, nothing else offers mid-engine handling, Porsche performance reputation or option customization than the Boxster.

Boxster-6 Cyl.

Roadster 2D
Roadster 2D S
The newly re-designed 2013 Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine roadster that is powered by a standard 2.7-liter flat-6 engine that produces 265 hp and 206 lb-ft of torque. Upgrading to the Boxster S trim grants the driver a 3.4-liter flat-6 engine that produces 315 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque. Both Boxster models are RWD and come standard with a six-speed manual transmission. Options include PDK transmission, Porsche Communication Management system, Bose® sound system, hardtop, and Bluetooth® connectivity. Safety is comprised of 6 airbags, Porsche Stability Management, Porsche Side Impact Protection, vehicle tracking system/anti-theft protection, and advanced four-piston aluminum monoblock brake calipers. The Boxster is backed by a 4-years/50,000-mile warranty.