17. Porsche Boxster (987)
You probably don’t think the Boxster was an affordable luxury car, but the entry-level Porsche has been getting much better in price. The first thing that’s great about the Boxster is its lightweight and affordable design. Drivers just don’t find a lightweight sports car that was built with this level of quality anymore. Even though the original Boxster is over 20 years old, the car has a timeless style. The Boxster is one of the last roadsters to feature a lightweight and fun-to-drive Porsche style.
Timeless driving manners aren’t the only benefit of the Boxster. The roadster also featured an updated interior with such options as heated leather seating. The overall design of the Boxster is something you can enjoy driving every day. There’s a reason why the Boxster has been one of the most popular Porsche models to date. The car offers a stellar amount of quality in a fun-to-drive vehicle. Resale values have decreased in the first generation Boxster and you can now get one for less than $5,000.