Used 2010 PorscheBoxster Base

  • VIN: WP0CA2A82AU710716
  • Stock: J483
Odometer
66,371 miles
Fuel Economy
19/27 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Cabriolet/2 seats
Transmission
6-Speed Manual with Overdrive
Drivetrain
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine
2.9L H-6 cyl
Porsche Boxster
  • Carfax Free

Highlighted Features

  • Leather upholstery
  • Power convertible roof
  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Security system
  • Power driver seat
  • Power passenger seat
  • Alloy wheels

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Keyless Entry, Leather Seats, Power Locks, Power Windows. Clean CARFAX. This vehicle has under gone a safety inspection that is available for review. Deemed reliable and safe, on some models a warranty can be purchased.


Awards:
* 2010 KBB.com Brand Image Awards

We want our guests to receive a fair price and our lowest offer up front, without uncomfortable negotiating and haggling. Our team has researched market data from trusted 3rd party websites as well as competitors to understand what each vehicle is worth, then we price each car accordingly. Our guests can be confident that they will receive everyday low prices right up front. Our prices, in addition to our convenient location, reputation, and selection, makes us an attractive choice for your next pre-owned vehicle. Tom Wood Porsche's inventory may include all makes and models of Pre-owned / Used Vehicles, Used Cars, Used Sport Utility, Used Sports cars, Used Highline, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Ferrari, INFINITI, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus, Lotus, Maserati, McLaren, Mercedes, Mini, Porsche, SRT, Tesla, as well as other brands. Proudly serving these areas of Indianapolis Indiana & surrounding communities, Carmel, Fishers, Zionsville, Noblesville, Greenwood, Center Grove, Avon, Brownsburg, Cincinnati, Columbus, Bloomington, Lafayette, West Lafayette, Dayton, Louisville, Lexington, Evansville, Peoria, Ft. Wayne, South Bend, and Toledo.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.9Out of 5
  • S Model is the Best Roadster!

    By E27 on Monday, November 26, 2012

    5.0
    We tested the 911s, Cayman, Z4, and Elise and came away with a Boxster S black on black. The jump in hp with the S is noticable and needed. If we could, we would drop in the 911 S engine. With that engine mounted mid-engine in the Boxster the car would be awesome. As it is, the car handles very well in its design envelope and can be driven comfortably as a daily driver. The 911 is rear biased, but has good power - no. The Cayman is closed up - no. The Z4 is front engined - no. The Elise handles well at the track but is not well sorted with a huge blind spot - no. The Boxster could handle a bigger engine but Porsche will never put as powerful of an engine as any 911 engine into this car. 911 owners would cry foul! Overall the Boxster S has everything we were looking for - a droptop, decent power, very good handling, and a classic design. The Bose stereo is very nice at full volume but you will want to turn it off when you get on the throttle as the boxster engine makes a very nice growl wide open. Mileage is ok at 19 combined. Oh, and get the short shift kit on the 6 speed manual for sweet snappy shifts in the power band. At the track you will definitely want more power, but most times you will be driving on city streets so for that, the S has power a plenty. If you really want and need therapy, this car for what it is, will no doubt make you one very, very happy patient... ;-)
  • A Practical Porsche...The Perfect Porsche

    By 987>911 on Friday, November 05, 2010

    5.0
    Pros: Supercar Worthy Handling, Supercar Worthy Brakes, Porsche Flat Six Exhaust Note, Very Solid Gearbox and Clutch, Two Usable Trunks, Good Mileage for the Performance, Porsche Build Quality, Top Down Motoring, Nearly Flawless Ergonomics, A traction control system that when defeated, doesn't ruin the party. It will step in at the last moment however, and keep your ham-fisted self from spinning completely. Cons: No factory I-Pod connection ($500 aftermarket). Even with more sedate driving, tires don't last very long (15,000 miles on Continental Sport Contact 2's). Unless you've owned a Porsche before, feeling like a chump for the first few days of ownership when you automatically try to insert the key into the right side of the steering column (It's to the left of the steering column, on the dash, in classic Porsche racing tradition). The low ground clearance coupled with a longish front overhang, requires slow negotiation at entrances to driveways. Suck it up! It's all totally worth it! General Comments: I wanted the best, daily driver roadster that $40,000 or so could buy and for me, this is it. The two trunks provide enough space for a couple to pack not all that lightly for a week long road trip. 30 mpg on the highway(at legal speeds) is easily attainable. Xenon headlights are far superior to the ones on my BMW X3 (and they were great). The wind deflector that mounts between the front seats is invaluable if you intend to keep your hat above 90 mph. (I can personally attest that this works up to 140, for research's sake of course.) Basically, I recommend buying the newest, lowest mile Boxster you can afford and prepare to smile every time you get behind the wheel.
  • Great appearance,reliable,wow factor even after

    By Gloves on Sunday, March 09, 2014

    5.0
    45000 miles,still turns heads,handles better than any car I've owned,and it stays out of the shop! Great buy!

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