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2003 Porsche Boxster Automatic Transmission

2003 Porsche Boxster Automatic Transmission

The 2003 Porsche Boxster is a popular sports car with a Tiptronic Automatic Transmission and low miles. This car comes with leather seats, alloy sport wheels, a retractable spoiler, and a power convertible top. The interior is in excellent condition and has no leaks or strange noises. The transmission shifts smoothly and has no trouble shifting from first to second gear. The Boxster is a top-side engine access vehicle, so it should be easy to get to your engine and service your vehicle.

The Boxster S is a bit faster than the regular Boxster. It hits 60 mph in 5.7 seconds and has new rear stabilizer bars. It has the same new features as the regular Boxster, such as 17-inch wheels. The engine in my test car was fast, cruising at 70 mph with 2,700 rpm. But shifting into third gear was often difficult due to the complicated pattern of the shifter. The clutch is also a pain, with a long throw. Those with shorter legs may want to sit closer to the steering wheel, so that they can maintain better balance while driving.

The Boxster S, which launched the same year, had an improved manual transmission and more power. It initially had 225 hp and 225 lb-ft of torque. The transmission has a shorter throw than the regular Boxster, and the manual gear shift is a little tricky. The automatic Boxster has a longer, stiffer clutch. The car's steering is very light, and the shifter pattern is awkward. Those with short legs will need to move closer to the steering wheel.

Despite the improvements, the Boxster S has the same old problems that plagued the earlier versions of the Porsche Boxster. It now has a new VarioCam variable valve-timing mechanism that optimizes valve timing over a 40-degree range. The new engine also yields more power and two percent less fuel than the previous model. The 2.7-liter engine continues to produce 225 horsepower at 6300 rpm with 192 pound-feet of torque. However, its torque remains unchanged at 192 lb-feet.

The 2.7-liter engine has been modified. The car gains eight horsepower and four more pound-feet of torque. It also has a new VarioCam variable valve-timing mechanism that optimizes valve timing 40 degrees over the rpm range. Its power remains at 258 hp at 6200 rpm, eight more than the previous model. The 3.2-liter engine provides more power and torque than the previous model.

The 2.7-liter engine of the 2003 Boxster is still the same as the one used in the previous model. The 3.2-liter engine is also the same. It produces slightly more torque than the prior version. Moreover, the power output is increased. The car is the most economical of all the Boxster models. It costs approximately $17,600. The standard version comes with a five-speed manual transmission. The S model comes with a six-speed manual transmission. The optional Tiptronic automatic transmission has a Tiptronic gearbox.

2003 Porsche Boxster Automatic Transmission