This 2008 Honda S2000 is a true sports car that weighs just over 2,700 pounds and has a horsepower output of 255. With modifications such as a K&N Cold Air Intake, and an ATI Super Damper with lightweight accessory pulleys, there is plenty of low-end torque on tap that a stock engine is lacking in. This is a great car for a weekend jaunt with the top down and is warm even in convertible mode in temperatures as low as forty degrees. It runs like a Swiss watch, is very easy to see out of unlike other roadsters as you sit "on-top" of the car and can easily see over the hood. Handling is lightning quick and the 8,000rpm engine's redline sound is intoxicating, but never overwhelming due to the retaining of the stock exhaust. Seat of your pants feel, with comfort and non-jarring supple ride quality. Plenty of trunk space that isn't lost when the motorized top is stowed makes for the perfect weekend getaway car! Includes a flat kit, lightweight micro-booster pack, and a donut with lightweight pump. It is not necessary to wash or vacuum it before you return it, just please use at least 91 octane gasoline when at the pump. This car is a lot of fun! I own a Dinan tuned BMW M3 V8 convertible that I wish had the steering and suspension feel that this S2000 has. With the roof down and windows up at highway speeds, there's very little wind and at over 45mph in a downpour you won't even get wet with the top down! The clutch is light with moderate take-up and great feel; The shifter is short, quick, and exact; The brakes grab superbly yet are easy to modulate; Throttle response is crisp and when the V-TEC opens up at 6,000rpm it's a true rush. In the four-cylinder sports car lineup, only a Lotus Elise is the sharper small car and the S2000 is far and above even a new Subaru BRZ or a current Mazda MX-5. Feel free to drive it spiritedly but please leave the Vehicle Stability Program on. Thank you!
2008 Honda S2000Joe's S20001553
2nd trip in this car and loved every minute of it! Thanks Joe!