What is the best year model between 2006-2010?

Asked by Jul 04, 2017 at 04:52 PM about the Porsche Boxster

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I would think that the later years would be more sorted out but there are many internet guides and forums that I would investigate before buying. I would especially pay attention to the Porsche forums.

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Read this very carefully.....you want to be aware of the IMS....2010 or even 2011 would be better... good luck. This is a really big issue... https://www.reddit.com/r/Porsche/comments/2uwlja/ims_issues_a nd_modelsyears_affected/

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Looks like 2010 would be your best bet.... pretty much solved in 2009, but, get the 2010....safer.. choice

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MY 2009 or later. It uses the new 9A1 motor that resolves the IMS and RMS issues, PDK instead of Tiptronic transmission and a lot of other improvements.

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