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For 2000, the standard Boxster's 2.7-liter DOHC flat-six makes 217 horsepower at 6500 rpm. The S motor's bigger-bored 3.2-liter spools out 250 at a slightly lower 6250 rpm. This is not a particularly peaky engine. Although like all Porsche powertrains, it loves singing higher-rev notes. (Yet, the 3.2 makes 85 percent of its torque at just 2000 rpm for easy in-town driving.)Opting for the S does net a needed sixth ratio for the slick-shifting manual transaxle. This is simply a variant on the transaxle used in the 911 Carrera Shifting and clutching are precise and low effort. This Car came out of a very discrete car collection on the shores of Lake Simcoe. Fully serviced ready to go SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY, NO TEST PILOTS,OVER $84,000 NEW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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