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5 of the Worst Porsche Engines Ever Made

Despite Porsche's reputation for producing high-quality engines, not all have succeeded. However, it's important to note that the company has learned from these mistakes, so its engines have become more reliable and efficient over time.
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Cars & Bids Bargain of the Week: 2009 987 Porsche Boxster S

Porsche made the Boxster better by going from the 986-gen to the 987-gen in 2005. But the affordable mid-engine roadster improved again in 2009 when the '987 Gen 2' car got rid of the troublesome IMS bearing. And now, one of these updated Boxsters, in sportier S trim, is available on Cars & Bids.
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Angry Porsche Owners Are Suing Over Stop-Sale Order

There might be no better feeling than driving a Porsche automobile, listening to the gentle rumble as you take every turn with confidence and precision. Owning one of the iconic vehicles is a rite of passage that only a few experience in their lifetime. Hitting the American roadways in 1950, Porsche has always been synonymous with luxury …
The 2008 Porsche Cayenne's 4.8-liter V8 engine

Which Used Porsche Engines Are the Most Reliable?

Depreciation means buying a used Porsche can be tantalizingly affordable. That is, until the repair bill comes in, because, used or not, a Porsche is still a luxury vehicle. However, whether you’re talking 911 or Cayenne, the German brand’s modern cars are more reliable than some may realize. Especially when it comes to their powertrains. …
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The 2021 Porsche 718 Boxster 25 Is a Blast From the Past

Thanks in part to the 718 Boxster, getting behind the wheel of a Porsche sports car doesn’t have to cost a fortune. It helps that it also tops Consumer Reports’ list of new convertibles. And 2021 marks the roadster’s 25th anniversary. So, to celebrate, Porsche is giving the 718 Boxster a major throwback with the …
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The 2021 Porsche Boxster Stands Out Because of Its Interior

When it comes to luxury cars, many customers nowadays are looking at how powerful or sporty that luxury car is. Porsche has always been known for making sporty and high-quality cars, but that’s not what sets the 2021 Porsche Boxster apart. Here’s a look inside the 2021 Porsche Boxster’s impressive interior that allowed it to …
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Forgotten Rare Porsche 914-8 Has Familiar Family Formula

The Porsche 914 is a vehicle Porsche enthusiasts would like to forget. The car resulted from a collaborative effort between Porsche and Volkswagen to produce a small, entry-level sports car for the masses. To do that, they stuck with Porsche’s winning formula of a car that is lightweight and has the engine rearward. The result was the 914 …
A Porsche Boxster/Cayman (R) sits on display after being named the 2013 World Performance Car of the Year at the New York Auto Show on March 28, 2013, in New York City.

A Nice Porsche Doesn’t Have To Cost You a Fortune

Have you ever dreamed of one day being able to afford a luxury sports car or sport sedan? With new vehicle prices at all-time highs and dealers trying to make room for new inventory, used vehicles are a great option. When they’re priced between $25,000 and $30,000, buying a pre-owned Porsche should definitely be on …
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Bring a Trailer Bargain of the Week: 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder

While it’s not exactly cheap, the Porsche 718 Boxster isn’t just the brand’s entry-level model. It’s Consumer Reports’ best-rated sports car and one of the best four-cylinder sports cars on sale today. The earlier versions earned similar praise in their day—only today, they’re priced at more affordable levels. Even, on occasion, some of the special …

Even More Forgotten But Affordable 1990s Two-Seaters

Yesterday we discussed the fact that many people look for a fun, two-seater weekend car. Often times they have a limited budget and will look for something they fondly remember. So, we listed two-seat vehicles that were available during the 1990s that are often forgotten but are affordable at under $20,000. Today, we continue the …