Used 2001 Honda S2000

2001 Honda S2000
List price range
$15,444 - $18,944
2001 Honda S2000


  • Agile chassis, rev-happy engine, minimalist design, optional hardtop.


  • Not much low-end torque, plastic rear window, no passenger airbag cutoff switch.
Honda S2000 years

Used 2001 Honda S2000 for Sale

Honda S2000 2001 2dr Roadster (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
56,422 miles
Used 2001
Honda S2000
Rosenthal Acura
16.9 mi away
Est.Loan: $281/mo
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Dealer Notes
View our entire inventory online at Rosenthal Acura of Gaithersburg, we strive to provide outstanding professional service in all areas of our dealership. We serve Maryland, DC, Virginia and southern PA. For your next used or new car or truck, visit us at! The Pre-Owned Department at Rosenthal Acura is comitted to outstanding customer service throughout the entire sales process. We offer some of the best quality Pre-Owned vehicles in the country.
Honda S2000 2001 2dr Roadster (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
44,310 miles
Used 2001
Honda S2000
Faulkner Nissan of Mechanicsburg
87.7 mi away
Est.Loan: $345/mo
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Dealer Notes
Hard To Find, Spa Yellow AP1 S2000 w/Only 44k Miles! Priced To Sell Today! Cold Air Intake, AP2 Wheels, Leather, Aftermarket CD Player w/iPod/MP3 Input, & More! Click Here For More Information!WHY BUY FROM USAt Faulkner, our most important goal is customer satisfaction. That's why our employees treat every customer with the utmost courtesy and respect.VEHICLE REVIEWSPrecision handling dynamics are also part of the S2000's DNA, as this high-revving Honda evinces excellent balance during hard cornering with minimal computer intervention. Moreover, there's no cowl shake to speak of. Even after years on the market, this is one of the most rigid roadsters you can buy. analysis performed on 12/8/2018.

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Edmunds' Expert Review

A sports car that makes few compromises, the 2001 Honda S2000 is one of the more visceral cars sold in America. And yes, that's a good thing.

vehicle overview

It's all about that little red button. Located on the left side of the driver's console and labeled "engine start," the button reflects the racing heritage found on the S2000 roadster.

Honda's two-seat, open-topped roadster is based on the SSM concept car first shown at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show. Designed to be fun to drive, the S2000 uses a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration. As is often the case with Honda's performance vehicles, the S2000 contains many new technological advances that will surely trickle down to less-expensive models as time rolls by.

The centerpiece is a 2.0-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine. It is equipped with an updated version of Honda's VTEC system, which can alter both valve timing and valve lift. The VTEC system allows the engine to produce maximum power while still being tractable enough for urban driving. If you need proof of Honda's technological prowess, look no further than the specifications: 240 horsepower at 8,300 rpm and 153 foot-pounds of torque at 7,500 rpm. Twist the key, hit the red start button, and the engine will give you the highest specific output (120 horsepower per liter) of any normally aspirated mass-production engine in the world. It will also spin to speeds that most other engines would choke on -- redline is 8,900 rpm. If this still isn't impressive enough, Honda also says that the engine will meet low-emission vehicle status.

Power is routed though a six-speed, close-ratio transmission. The transmission is a compact design and features a direct shift linkage with excellent feel and short throws. A Torsen limited-slip differential is standard equipment.

Honda's expertise is also evident in the S2000's responsive handling. The exceptionally rigid chassis has an ideal 50/50 front-to-rear weight distribution. Both the suspension and power steering systems are unique designs. The suspension is a four-wheel double-wishbone type with a racing-inspired "in-wheel" design. And in place of conventional hydraulic power steering, the S2000 uses an electrically assisted system. This makes the steering feel much more responsive.

Visually, the S2000 is compact and angular. The convertible top is power-operated, but the rear window is plastic, not glass. An optional aluminum hardtop, which can be retrofitted to all S2000s, became available mid-way through the 2001 model year.

There is only one version of the S2000, so all cars get 16-inch wheels and high-intensity discharge headlights as standard equipment. For occupant safety, Honda says it has designed the car to absorb as much crash energy as possible. It also has installed seatbelts with load limiters and pre-tensioners, driver and passenger airbags and roll bars. Inside, the S2000 comes with air conditioning, a digital instrument panel, a CD audio system and leather seats.

Honda's new roadster provides an excellent alternative to the Audi TT, BMW Z3, Mercedes-Benz SLK and Porsche Boxster. Out of that group, the S2000 is the most performance-oriented. It's not as apt at city use, nor does it have the prestige that comes with owning a car emblazoned with a German marque. But for a visceral (and less-expensive) driving experience, the S2000 is the car to get.

2001 Highlights

Indy Yellow is a new color for the 2001 Honda S2000. Floor mats, a rear wind deflector, a clock and an emergency trunk release are also new standard items. Midyear, a removable aluminum hardtop became available and can be retrofitted to all S2000s.

Consumer reviews

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Most helpful consumer reviews

Best Engineering Ever
9000 Rpms dump the clutch!!! And redline again, i have driven this car like this for 56,000 miles and had no problems. I also track my car (scca) all stock i can keep up with an bmw m3.
Not pracitcal, but FUN!
I bought my 2001 S2000 with 5K miles on it. It was too impractical for the previous owner. Since I only drive it to work and back, practicality is not an issue. In fact, the S2000 makes my 30-45 minute commute fun, everyday except when it's snowing. Acceleration is awesome, top goes up and down in seconds (important for the surprise thunderstorm), handling is superb. The interior is quite cramped, and not recommended for someone 6 feet or taller. I'm 5'10" and fit fine, although getting in and out with the top up requires some agility. The stock stereo system in poor, and if you upgrade you lose the remote control functions on the dash. So I just upgraded the speakers.
17 years, never in the shop except for routuine
Can't sell it now, prices are getting near purchase price. . Cracking 60 though, I would like more comfort, for you can tell when you roll over a quarter if it is head or tails, but just going to put up with it, maybe some softer tires for the next 10K miles (all they last with normal driving). Have two tops that give the car a different look, a Carbon Fiber Mugen top and Carbon Fiber Siebon fast back, both tops have people always asking me "who makes that". Took some special engineering how to get the fastback top on with keeping the soft top recoiled, but several months a few speciality shops we got it done without taking anything away from the original look if wanted. Repairs, never really had any besides time maintenance since mileage maintenance doesn't apply. Thought about a Porsche Cayman, Audi TT when buying, luckly I went with the S2000. Oil changes are cheap, under $30 bucks at the dealer, my buddy pays about $125 for his convertible Cayman. Both are great small sports car drivers though, but his is worth about 6K now.
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Features & Specs

18 city / 24 hwy
Seats 2
6-speed manual
240 hp @ 8300 rpm
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Used 2001 Honda S2000 Overview

The Used 2001 Honda S2000 is offered in the following submodels: S2000 Convertible. Available styles include 2dr Roadster (2.0L 4cyl 6M).

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  • The Used 2001 Honda S2000 Base is priced between $15,444 and$18,944 with odometer readings between 44310 and56422 miles.

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Should I lease or buy a 2001 Honda S2000?

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