The 2022 Porsches Will Cost More
Prices climb by $600 to $2,500
Buying a Porsche is never an exercise in frugality, but it's about to get even more expensive.
The Porsche 718 Boxster roadster and Cayman coupe just had their sticker prices raised. Most versions of Porsche's entry-level sports cars will see price increases of $600, some are $700 more, and top-end versions climb by $2,500.
According to Car and Driver, the 2022 models that are available to order now and will arrive in the U.S. this fall are starting at $61,850 for the Cayman and $63,950 for the Boxster.
Those prices are for the base-model versions, which are powered by a 300-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter flat-four and come standard with a six-speed manual gearbox. As always with Porsche, there is a long list of options with which one can greatly inflate the starting cost. Among them are special colors. Two new hues for 2022 are Frozen Berry Metallic and Shark Blue, from the family of special colors that tack an additional $2,580 to the price tag.
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