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Few cars rival the Boxster’s precise steering, slick handling, and sweet sounds—and that’s just the base and S models. The king of them all is the new Boxster Spyder, which shaves 175 pounds and gains 10 horsepower and a tent-style top; it’s the best-handling Porsche outside of a race-prepped 911.
A redesign brings sportier-looking skin and a Panamera-like interior. Under the skin, the Cayenne loses some of the previous model’s off-road prowess, which results in a massive (about 400 pound) weight loss. The V-6 is still a bit of a dog, but the others are worthy of the badge.
Basically a Boxster with a helmet, the Cayman offers track-rated poise with superb steering, deft body control, and a pair of glorious six-cylinder engines. The transmissions are wonderful, and, with two trunks, this Porsche is practical, too. (Feel free to use that last one on your better half.)
Much heavier than a 911, but then again the 911 doesn’t have a usable back seat. The steering isn’t quite as sporty as it is in Porsche’s sports cars, but this wide, stable machine has huge grip. The new V-6 is quick; the 400-hp S and 4S are quicker; the Turbo is just plain insane.
It’s pricey, but your cold, hard cash buys a living (rolling?) legend. The 911 experience is visceral, and the rear-engined dynamics unique. There are many drive train options, and they’re all fab, but the rear-drive S and its 3.8-liter, hooked to Porsche’s delicious six-speed manual is our favorite.