The Honda brand is perhaps best known for its family-friendly vehicles. With the Honda S2000, this automaker shows it also has a knack for crafting transportation geared toward an enthusiast clientele. The S2000 is a small drop-top sports car that ranks highly when it comes to driving dynamics and overall performance.
Honda introduced the S2000 to U.S. audiences in the 2000 model year. Its life was relatively brief, and it was discontinued after the 2009 model. During this time, the S2000 was never redesigned, so only one generation of this car is offered.
The S2000 is designed to appeal to shoppers who want a car offering sporty handling at a budget-friendly price. This small convertible seats two passengers, and power is sent to its rear wheels.
The S2000’s exterior design is cheerful and spunky. A long, sloping hood leads the way up front. With its raked windshield and rising beltline, the car’s profile has a windswept look.
Within its cabin, the S2000 is driver-focused and performance-themed. All controls are within easy reach, and the interior is home to some high-quality materials. As you’d expect from a roadster of this size, the cabin’s dimensions are decidedly snug. Cargo space is also limited.
Its keen handling makes the Honda S2000 an entertaining companion. The car remains poised and composed in most circumstances, steering through corners with very little body roll. The sole transmission choice is a six-speed manual gearbox.
Base models come with standard features such as xenon headlights, air conditioning, a power soft top, a CD player and leather upholstery. The list of available amenities includes a removable aluminum hardtop and fabric seats with suede inserts.
Honda has given the S2000 a few upgrades and improvements over the years. In 2001, a clock, rear wind deflector and emergency trunk release were added as standard equipment, and an optional hardtop became available. In 2002, the car’s plastic rear window was replaced with one made of glass, and the S2000 got a new sound system.
With the 2004 model, Honda brought in a new engine, and it replaced the standard 16-inch wheels with new 17-inch rims. Also, the car’s brakes and suspension tuning benefited from upgrades. In 2006, the S2000 added stability control, as well as electronic drive-by-wire throttle control. The car also ushered in new seats and a new center console.
For the 2008 model year, the S2000 welcomed a new trim level: CR. With its reduced curb weight and sportier suspension settings, this trim is more performance-oriented than the base model.
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