For consideration: You and your plus-one have arrived at Great Falls International Airport, bound for a retreat to one of Montana's National Parks. Your options include economy cars with seats made from industrial waste and as comfortable as a Yugo, large SUVs that will cost half your vacation fund in fuel and that try to isolate you from the outside world, or perhaps something different. Something where the top goes down. Something... mid-engine.
This 2005 Porsche Boxster S features a clean body in Midnight Blue Metallic with a matching Metropol Blue soft top. During the summer months, this car can be found on track days, autocrossing, and of course, it's natural habitat - the mountainous roads of Glacier National Park, Flathead National Forest, and all around the Pacific Northwest.
Although the "cheapest" of their line, the Boxster is unmistakably Porsche, turning heads everywhere from Main Street Great Falls to Pike Place Market in Seattle. The factory standard exhaust strikes the perfect balance between the satisfaction of a flat-6 3.2L note that attracts further attention from on-lookers, with the discretion of that baritone growl not exceeding it's welcome to passersby. Carving down the twisting mountain roads in West Glacier, this exhaust perfectly harmonizes against the steep evergreen hillsides, and you will instantly realize why renting a sports car in the Pacific Northwest just makes sense.
As it is a true driver's car, this Boxster carries a standard CD24 single CD player, with no option for auxiliary or USB input.
Exceeding expectations, the storage capacity is generous for a mid-engine car. Total trunk and "Frunk" space for the Boxster S comes in just under 10sqft of space, (see Flat-Six's review here: https://flatsixes.com/cars/porsche-boxster/everything-but-the-kitchen-sink/) and only larger camping equipment such as tables should give you any cause for concern.
If arriving by the airport, delivery can be made directly at the loading/unloading zone, or elsewhere if the renter requests. Other situations can be coordinated in Great Falls.