The Porsche 718 Boxster is the cheapest convertible in the prestige German brand's line-up – and it's one of the best, too.
A two-seater, rear-wheel drive sports car with a mid-engined layout, it’s brilliant to drive, with strong engines, sharp handling and excellent manual and automatic gearboxes.
The interior is well built and nicely designed, with plenty of space and two separate boots – one in the front and one in the back – which makes it surprisingly practical.
It has a simple retracting fabric hood so you can enjoy sunny days just as much as any winding roads, and the Boxster undercuts the rival Jaguar F-Type by many thousands of pounds. However, it is quite a lot more expensive than an equivalent Audi TT Roadster, Mercedes SLC or BMW Z4, so it really worth the extra?
Read on over the next few pages to find out.