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Drive em both.... (archive)

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Posted by Jon Chen on January 30, 2001 at 14:48:09:

In Reply to: Re: '97 Boxter or '98 M-Roadster??...(more) posted by Jeff E on January 30, 2001 at 13:28:58:

A few weekends ago, i rented a boxster, but the fool who had it before me didn't return the car, so I got "stuck" with an M-Roadster.. still haven't driven the Bosxster, but I had a BLAST in the M-Roadster - bottom line, drive both and pick.


I have no idea how the M-Roadster drives, but I drive my roomate's '99 Boxster every now and then, and it's a FUN-ASS car!!! I've driven a number of E36 M3's (stock), and yes, they're quicker than the boxster, but the Boxster handles alot better (not trying to say the M3's don't handle well, just putting it in perspective). But I have no idea how the boxster handles in comparison with the M-Roadster. I'd imagine it'd be close. Mid engine is pretty cool though, the porsche is definitely a unique feeling ride.





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