Porsche 718 Boxster Leasing
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Can be used as a daily driver.
How Does Leasing A Porsche 718 Boxster Work?
Benefits Of Leasing A Porsche 718 BoxsterLeasing a sports car comes with some inevitable compromises, but aside from the obvious packaging limitations of a mid-engined layout, the Porsche Boxster is arguably just as capable on the daily grind as it is around a race track. With a great interior, impressive engines and even a relatively decent amount of luggage space on offer, you simply cannot lease a more capable convertible sports car.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The 718 Boxster’s interior welcomes you with 2 comfortable seats that offer 18-way adjustment. Taller occupants will have no issues here and even with the roof up there is plenty of space on offer.
Total boot space is 280 litres, which is not much less than in the BMW Z4. But it is split between the front and rear, making it far less usable. It’s fine for a weekend away for 2 or a trip to the shops, but not much else.
The main reason for switching to turbocharged 4-cylinder power for most models was in the name of efficiency. The 300hp 2.0-litre model is claimed to offer up to 30.1mpg, while the 350hp 2.5-litre S model manages a best of 28mpg in mixed conditions.
The 400hp Boxster GTS 4.0 and 420hp 718 Spyder models return 25.9- to 25.4mpg respectively – not massively worse than the turbo cars, especially considering the additional power and excitement on offer.
High Performance ModelsBy default, every Boxster is a high-performance model, but the Boxster GTS 4.0 and 718 Spyder stand out as the most performance-oriented variants. Both use the same 4.0-litre 6-cylinder engine in a slightly different state of tune, as just 20hp separates the 2. The more powerful 420hp Spyder is capable of sprinting from 0-62mph in a mere 4.4 seconds.
The Porsche 718 Boxster Vs Competitors
Porsche is known for manufacturing solidly built cars – and the Boxster has a good reliability record. A 3-year warranty is standard on all models.
The Boxster models are divided primarily based on engine configuration. The Boxster and Boxster T use the 2.0-litre turbo motor, while the Boxster S has a 2.5-litre version. The GTS, Spyder and 25 Years special edition models all have a 4.0-litre 6-cylinder engine. The base specification levels are very similar, so you will have to individually specify what extras you want.
All Boxster models come with front and rear parking sensors as standard.
2 adults will fit just fine but you will need some clever packing skills to make the most of the 150-litre front boot and 130-litre rear item. Front-engined rivals like the BMW Z4 are easier to pack, although lowering the roof does impact on the space available – something that doesn’t affect the Boxster.
If you’re looking for a Porsche 718 Boxster lease deal, you can be sure that you’ll get the best deal here at Vanarama. You can decide on your budget, contract length and mileage, which allows you to tailor your deal to what you need. You can even add option servicing and maintenance packages for extra peace of mind. Leasing allows you to pay affordable monthly payments for your new car, rather than the need to fork out massive lump sums. Plus, if you’re not completely satisfied, we offer free returns within 30 days