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Why not test-drive the vehicles of interest and then decide for yourself? No amount of online opinions will truly give you the answer you're looking for. Everybody has different tastes and what they feel is important in their car.
That being said, however, the Porsche Boxster and Maserati GT are two vastly different cars. It's like comparing apples to oranges. The Boxster is a small, nimble, light-weight, sporty 2-seater car, while the GT is a large, heavy, 2+2 sport-luxury cruiser.
If you're used to driving BMW's, you may be disappointed in how the GT drives. Due to the size and weight, handling is slower as well as throttle response. (This is why a test drive is important).
When you choose a Maserati GT, you go in knowing that it's not a sports car (like a Porsche). You choose looks and sound over performance (as well as resale value).
2013 Maserati GT MC Convertible: Bianco Eldorado/Nero; Carbon Aero PK; Int. Carbon-Evo I+II; 20% tint; clear bra; Larini sport cats; DBW
2008 Ferrari F430 Spider: Avus Bianco ext/Red leather int; Daytona seats; Carbon dash trim and steering wheel; 20% tint; clear bra; Sport exhaust (LOUD!)
2008 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano: Nero/Cuoio; F1 superfast trans; Daytona seats
2010 Lambo Gallardo Spider LP560-4: Nero Noctis/Nero
2019 Ferrari Portofino: Rosso Corsa/Nero