Here we have a black over black 2002 Porsche Boxster S: - 250hp 3.2l flat-6 - 6 speed manual transmission - uprated suspension & brakes - new top - low miles - fantastic handling driver's car Introduced in 1998, the Porsche 986 Boxster represented the new millennium for Porsche. The mid-engined sportscar was made to be a fast, fun, stylish, and affordable entry to the Porsche world. Styled after the 550 Spyder from the 1950s, the Boxster was a retro revival that announced to the world that Porsche would re-invent itself while honoring its past. Starting with a 2.5 liter flat-6 engine derived from the newly reborn 911, the Boxster proved to be a capable sportscar with predictable handling due to its midship layout and exceptionally well engineered suspension. Introduced in 2000, the S version offered a displacement bump to 3.2 liters, bringing power up to 250 hp (with 225 lb/ft of torque) from 201hp (and 181 lb/ft). Along with the additional power, the S model brings a 6 speed manual transmission (up from 5 speed in the base model) and improved suspension and brakes. This example is a pure driver's car. It has a reconstructed title from an accident involving the front left corner - all repairs have been done professionally and the damage did not affect the frame or mechanicals. The engine pulls strongly to redline; the transmission shifts smoothly and precisely. The handling and braking are as new. The interior is in fine shape, with lightly-worn supportive seats before an flawless dash. The radio (AM/FM/CD) works perfectly, with no blemishes on it or the HVAC controls. The automatic AC blows ice cold. Outside, things look decent, with few minor blemishes here and there. The top was replaced about 3 years ago, and goes down and back up with the touch of a button. In short, if you are looking for a fun, fast and affordable Porsche, you will find it in this 2002 Porsche Boxster S.