Porsche in the last 4 decades have always been a force within the Luxury Sports Class. Always boasting a stylish design while also hosting innovative technology. The Porsche 718 being a beautiful piece of machinery, it only seemed right to get a review on it. As a super fan, it seemed perfect to get John from Eden Commercials to give his opinion on the Porsche 718 Boxster.
Although the Porsche 718 Boxster only has enough room for two, there really isn’t much more that its proud owner could ask for. The interior features of the Porsche 718 Boxster have drastically changed and massively improved compared to the older models, but the space inside is a factor that lets it down. It is safe to say that the latest Porsche 718 Boxster wasn’t made with families in mind – there simply just isn’t enough room.
The 718 Boxster was carefully crafted by Porsche with a Formula 1 2.5-litre engine, so getting from one place to another is not likely to be a problem. With the ability to reach 0-62mph in a hasty 4.6 seconds, the Boxster is great for thrill-seekers.
Keeping its engine weighted over the back wheels allows the Boxster to accelerate at staggering speed with plenty of grip and without spinning off-course, especially around sharp corners and in harsh conditions.
This astonishing two-seated sports car is generous with the space it does provide, despite not having back seats, offering its driver 280-litres of luggage room and two fairly-spacious front seats with adjustable features to ensure the driver and passenger are comfortable on the road.
Furthermore, the high-tech interior gadgets, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, are most definitely worth the cost of the Porsche 718 Boxster.
Given that the 718 Boxster is a sports model, it provides air bags for both passengers along with stability control to prevent a crash from happening in the first place, so you’re guaranteed complete safety while on the road – even if you’re a reckless driver sometimes.
Although the 718 Boxster isn’t cost-effective for most people, Porsche has most certainly outdone its older models, and the fact that it’s a drop-top is a pleasant bonus.
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