The Boxster gives you two different places to stow your bags: one deep boot in the nose between the headlights and the other in the traditional place, behind the engine.
While neither offers a massive amount of space, when combined there’s plenty of room to carry a few soft weekend bags, a pair of small suitcases or a weekly shop. Forget about golf clubs, though.
Unlike some rivals, the Boxster’s fabric roof mechanism is completely separate from the loading bay, so the amount you can carry stays the same, whether you have the roof up or down. This is a major plus over cars such as the BMW Z4 and Merc SLC, which have smaller boots when the roof is folded.
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