Porsche Boxster GTS or Cayman GTS? That’s the Question

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Would you opt for the perfect rigidity of the Cayman, or wind-in-your-hair delight of the Boxster?

First world problems don’t come much better than choosing between a Porsche Cayman GTS and its convertible sibling. Autocar’s Stuart Sutcliffe recently declared the former a car he could live with for the rest of his life. But having now driven the Boxster GTS, is a swap under consideration? For a marginal sacrifice in chassis rigidity, you get the chance to ride with the roof down while also enjoying the same perfectly balanced sports car.

The sound of the 3.4-liter flat six cackling on downshifts is arguably in even sweeter with top down, and you still have 326 hp on tap. Choosing between Porsche's two GTS models is a dilemma we’d love to have.

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