2000 Honda S2000 2.0 from North America
You don't know what you're missing!
Nothing, just replaced battery since it was old when I bought it.
This car is incredible for the money. The seats hug your body and look brand new even though they are 6 years old.
The shifter, transmission, and suspension are out of this world. After you get used to it most cars feel as loose as trucks. The only downsides are that you have to worry about seat theft and the paint can chip pretty easily since the car sits low to the ground. It gets plenty of looks and girls seem to like it, but don't just buy it for that. The ride is rough and all the power is between 6-9,000rpms. It takes some getting used to, but now I absolutely love it.
My friends 350z convert seemed a bit cheap compared to the s2000, maybe because he didn't take very good care of it, but it was still plagued with problems, and his was a 2004!
This car fit me fine, and I'm 6'1 155lbs. It did NOT fit my friend who was about 6'3 210lbs, there was not enough leg room on drivers side. Honda should have made the steering wheel tilt like the rx-8 but it will fit people 6'1" and under easy.
Absolutely incredible car, it looks even better in person. Overall, WAY too much fun for 16k!!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 28th February, 2006
"You don't know what you're missing!"
True, but I do know one thing you are missing...torque!
Ride my new 06 yamaha R6 and I'll show you some horsepower at 17,500 RPM, yeeeeahhhh...!
Torque isn't everything, there's a certain grin that plasters your face when a car's engine is banging gears and revving high. Hard to explain, but you know what I'm talking about.