Have owned S2000 since 2006. Quick and dangerous (if your not paying attention). After 6500 rpm this car really is fun. My favorite is driving in 3rd gear between 6500 & 7000 rpm in traffic. It screams loud enough that drivers beside me think the pistons are about to swap holes in the engine :) Hard to imagine a replacement after 10 yrs. car is in pristine condition. Thinking of Lexus RC 150, but the Honda is still a lot of fun. For gas consumption, it uses all in the tank, as who cares what the mileage is!
I bought a 2005 S-2000 a few weeks ago.
I keep hearing about the "middle age crisis" and the tendency men have to drop money on garish toys.
My buddies got Harleys.
I got smart.
Radio was OK, but I prefer the music generated by the engine.
I will never sell.
It makes a Vette feel like a bucket of bolts.
I just drove in from Austin a few days ago.
The only problem was a slight sunburn and my face hurt.
Constant grinning like a loon makes that happen.
The rear end kicks out a little when you goose it but straightens up in a hurry.
She is very responsive and wants to play.
She emits a high pitched moan @ 6700 RPM.
Get one and grin.
I purchased my 2005 in February of 2006 with 11 miles on him.
I ride a Suzuki sport bike, so I have a need for speed.
I was flying down the highway with the salesman, & he told me I was only in 5th gear.
This car is fabulous & I will never sell him.
If you love speed, love looking great topless (top down, that is), this is the car you need.
The most fun you can have on 4 wheels.
Take off speed, smooth handling, the soun d of the engine....oooohhh, be still my heart!
Material that the top is made with.
Tends to wear on pressure points.
I bought the car from a private seller with 20K mileage. The car is a blast to drive. I smile almost every time I drive it. It's like a Honda Civic below 6400 rpm and then feels like a racecar from 6500 up to 8400 rpm red-line. It has surprising torque at lower speeds and the handling feels race car quick. The convertible top lowers in 8 seconds ( I lowered on the freeway when we were stopped for a moment and didn't miss a beat). Owning and using a convertible is an experience everyone should try. I like motorcycles and this car feels the closest to a high performance motorcycle with the breeze going through your hair. So far, Honda reliability is just that, reliable. Oil changes and tires.
Acceleration and engine sound when doing it. Superfast convertible top. Honda reliability. The car is a Boxster beater and handles as well.
Radio just ok. Accessory power needs to be anchored better.