I love it
Also love the lime green.
What do you all think of the orange in a 2008 Boxster S Limited Edition?
I personally think it's original while some of my friends think it's a little douchy.
I know it's not important what other people think and I just have to like it, but I'm a little hesitant since I've always had low-key colors. Will resale be that much harder?
I can't upload pics from where I am so if someone can post up a 2008 Boxster S Limited edition it would be appreciated
Here's a link with nice pictures at the bottom:
Some friends of mine picked one up right before Thanksgiving last year. They'd been scouring Autotrader, etc for months looking for the "right" Boxster when the orange limited showed up. It belonged to an older gentleman in California, original owner, 30K miles 2008 with meticulous records keeping on it. It's an S, not sure if they all were or not. I think it looks AWESOME in orange and black and the sport exhaust it came with sounds really good too. I don't think the value is affected that much but it could be harder to resale in the future if that matters to you.
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I think the orange is awesome. The world is awash in a sea of greys, silvers, blues, whites, and blacks. Step out a little bit. It's a Porsche convertible, not a hearse, have some fun and get a real color.
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The orange edition also has some body colored interior bits which would be extra, the sport exhaust, those wheels, and a few other things. It was a pretty good value new if you liked it.
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They made this is both standard Boxster and Boxster S treatment. You could get the Boxster/Caymen 18" 5-spokes in the same black/polished lip treatment (standard on base trim) or the 911 S 19" Lobsterclaws (standard on S, optional on base).
My brother was close to pulling the trigger on one (and is a huge Philadelphia Flyers fan...lol), but he got Guards Red and hasn't regretted it.
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I for one, think these cars should be vibrant and white should be the only non-color allowed (so that you can put big colorful stickers on it! )
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furthermore, i never thought i'd see a car that is somehow more obnoxious than the bright yellow s2000 sitting next to it. i guess for me it comes down to my opinion which is: if you're going to drive it like a c*ck, then you might as well blind everyone else on the road too.
Orange is a difficult color to pull off on many cars. The Boxster S is one of those cars it works well on.
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I love it (and the bright green, too), but then again I love obnoxiously-colored cars
If I'm ever able to afford a Porsche or Lamborghini or something like that, it's absolutely going to be in the loudest, gaudiest color imaginable.