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The far right compartment becomes a multifunctional display, including a handy nav screen, complimenting the larger main display.
So, top up or down, there's always a decent chunk of storage space in the trunk -- and, as before, there's another luggage compartment where most cars have their engine.
The automated dual-clutch gearbox is one of the best in the industry, and Porsche has refined it even further for the new Boxster.
The 2013 Porsche Boxster offers more standard equipment than before despite weighing slightly less; and what you get, looking at convenience features, is surprisingly close to that of comfort-oriented luxury sedans.
Even the base spec of the Boxster includes driver and passenger electric backrest adjustment; rain-sensing wipers; heated exterior mirrors; ambient lighting; power-operated soft top roof; cruise control; a HomeLink garage-door opener; and Bluetooth hands-free phone integration. There's no app integration for the Boxster's infotainment system, but it does include SiriusXM satellite radio; Bluetooth audio streaming; and a USB port for iPod control.
Optional extras are plentiful but can drive the cost up by $20k or more. They include a Bose surround sound system; a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system and infotainment center; a range of sport steering wheels and seats; leather interior upgrade package; and a range of other convenience upgrades.
Well-equipped in base trim, the 2013 Porsche Boxster offers more options than you can shake a stick at--but beware the rapidly mounting price.