A mint 2000 Honda S2000 with just under 6,000 miles on the odometer is hard to find but not impossible, apparently.
The owner had recently acquired it and left it for a clutch change, but a negligent mechanic ruined it.
These two cars have very different characters and nowhere is that more apparent than on the track.
The S2000 and original NSX are two of the brand’s most driver-oriented vehicles ever.
Instead of a 2.0-liter inline-four, this highly customized Honda S2000 packs a 3.2-liter twin-turbo V6 (and a whole lot more).
Honda S2000s are becoming collectables just like the NSX.
The modified P100D powertrain gives Honda’s roadster instant acceleration right from the get-go.
Beware McLaren Senna owners; the Honda S2000 is coming to get you.
It really looks like an update Honda itself would apply to the S2000.
Hagerty has the definitive buyer’s guide to buying one of the finest roadsters Japan ever made.
A supercharged S2000 with low-end torque and over 300 HP? Sounds perfect to us.
The driver of this S2000 lost control in a left-hander and crashed big time.