2000 Honda S2000
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Classic Car Overview
Introduced in 2000 the Honda S2000 came to the market with one goal: driving fun. It has the stuff sports-car fantasies are made of: a front-engine, rear-drive layout; a six-speed, close-ratio manual transmission; an unequal-length control-arm suspension all around; disc brakes; and supportive, firm bucket seats-in a package that weighs less than 2800 pounds. The S2000s crown jewel, however, is a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine pumping out an incredible 240 horsepower at 8300 rpm and revving to an 8900-rpm redline. Hondas small, rev-happy engine cre-ates a wonderfully unique driving experi-ence and proudly held the industry record for power-to-liter ratio for over a decade. This breakthrough engine features the VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) system developed by Honda that improves the volumetric efficiency of the engine resulting in higher performance at high RPM and lower fuel consumption at low RPM. Beyond the potent powerplant is the terrific chassis that includes independent double wishbone suspension, electrically assisted steering and four-wheel disc brakes. The tuning is nearly perfect, and the weight distribution rounds to an ideal 50/50. This first-year example is in immaculate, nearly flawless, condition and has been exquisitely maintained with only 12K miles on the odometer. The original owner went to great lengths to maintain a pristine finish by having 100% of the exterior surfaces professionally wrapped in paint protection film. The results show as the glossy black paint looks showroom new without any imperfections - a rarity for an 18-year old sports car. Now is a great chance to enjoy the first spring cruise in this classic Honda convertible!
Vehicle History Report
Classic Car ID101026913
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