Blink and you’ll miss them. Yes, the ’03 Porsche Boxster and Boxster S retain the satisfying quickness of their ’02 predecessors. '03 Porsche Boxster But the year-over-year differences are so subtle, they escape casual observation. Such as body-colored side vents and redesigned air intakes beneath their front bumpers. Inside both are pop-out cupholders and a lit, locking glove box. And under the hood one finds modest power increases. Porsche Cars North America Inc. ...

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