2000 Honda S2000
45,610 Miles
$20,850

Santa Rosa, CA
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2005 Honda S2000
82,000 Miles
$15,499

Seattle, WA
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2001 Honda S2000
45,233 Miles
$19,888

Santa Monica, CA
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2003 Honda S2000
88,382 Miles
$13,991

Northumberland, PA
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2007 Honda S2000
43,022 Miles
$24,999

Avenel, NJ
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2006 Honda S2000
55,507 Miles
$18,971

Norman, OK
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2001 Honda S2000
53,554 Miles
$17,995

Spokane, WA
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2002 Honda S2000
66,737 Miles
$14,988

Pompano Beach, FL
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2006 Honda S2000
26,573 Miles
$25,995

Palatine, IL
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2007 Honda S2000
59,997 Miles
$23,999

Puyallup, WA
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2004 Honda S2000
78,476 Miles
$19,988

Tacoma, WA
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2002 Honda S2000
83,375 Miles
$14,977

Decatur, IL
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2005 Honda S2000
13,675 Miles
$25,900

Costa Mesa, CA
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2005 Honda S2000
86,918 Miles
$18,999

Costa Mesa, CA
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2008 Honda S2000
20,883 Miles
$33,499

Petaluma, CA
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2002 Honda S2000
117,424 Miles
$12,995

Olathe, KS
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2008 Honda S2000
60,319 Miles
$23,499

Englewood, CO
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2006 Honda S2000
49,450 Miles
$19,981

Beachwood, OH
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2006 Honda S2000
36,685 Miles
$24,988

Shingle Springs, CA
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2009 Honda S2000
14,409 Miles
$38,995

Green Bay, WI
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Honda S2000 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.8
Value
4.7
Performance
4.7
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
3.4
Maintenance
4.1

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Honda S2000 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2006 Honda S2000 - Amazing Convertible!

Shrewsbury, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Honda S2000 is an amazing convertible and turns heads everywhere! This convertible is sporty and fun to drive. It has a very short shift throw which makes for a racecar-like drive. It is extremely pleasing to the eye and has sexy, sporty lines. Although the car is almost ten years old, it still looks completely modern look. My model is a beautiful blue color with a blue interior that is also very modern. The interior is minimalist, which I like. It may be lacking some of the modern-day amenities such as satellite radio and Bluetooth hook-up for a phone connection; however, this car is about the driving experience! However, it does have an automatic convertible top. This is the one modern amenity that is very useful on a day-to-day basis. And, anyways, driving isn't all about comfor... (more)
Story
I have a memory of driving the Honda s2000 up Mount Washington! The hill was so steep we thought we ran out of gas but it was just the incline!
Pros
My favorite things about this car are: - the sporty drive - the hip hugging seats - the push-button start - the automatic convertible top - the volume controls - the mute button control for the radio - the CD player - the way the stereo is hidden from sight - the color options
Cons
There are not a lot of cons for the Honda S2000! It is such a perfect beautiful car. However, if I was forced to describe a con, it would have to be that the size can not accommodate a family. So, it might be necessary to have this as an extra vehicle if you have a family. Otherwise, with no family, it should fit all your needs just fine!

2002 Honda S2000 - For Real Drivers Only

Gardena, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
This is not a car for the timid. Well, it could be but it shouldn't be. This is one of the best performance cars ever made, seat of the pants and statistically, and is best in the hands of a real "driver". That is, someone who knows how to drive a car to its limits of performance. Even so, provided one can drive a manual shift car, anyone can enjoy this car. The Honda S2000 is a masterpiece of automotive engineering, a two seat wonder of balance, beauty and workmanship with, until recently, the most horsepower per liter of any vehicle made and one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any vehicle ever made. It really should be for "real drivers only"...But it doesn't have to be. It is the most fun a driver can have in a car short of an exotic and it is dependable. It's a Honda!
Story
This is a car that gets attention, but is not "loud". I was astounded when at the store and a somewhat newer Porsche pulled up, the driver complimented me on the car and proceeded to ask a number of very specific questions. In the end they were very clear. They wanted one. In fact, they wanted mine! (Yes, I considered a straight-up trade but they didn't quite go there).
Pros
50/50 Weight distribution 270 hp out of a small, light, high revving four cylinder engine Quality of workmanship is superb Clean, enduring style Unparalleled handling Dependability Inexpensive for the package Only car where other owners of the same car acknowledge each other when driving (with a hand wave, like with motorcycle riders)
Cons
Small; not built carry much of anything besides the two occupants Convertible can be undesirable in poor weather Can test comfort endurance during long road trips Low slung, can be problematic on poor road Can get carried away customizing the car Not the best gas mileage for a very small car

2007 Honda S2000 - True Love

Newton, Massachusetts
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Honda S2000 is a driver's car. Everything about the driving experience is incredible. It handles well, turning radius is perfect, acceleration is always fun and hiking up those RPMs just enhances the whole experience. Being a Honda, maintenance and repairs are always affordable. People need to stop judging the car by its' make, because it's an absolute blast to drive. You can listen to everything the engine is doing and feel the car rumble when it starts. It's all about the driver. However, that means some comfort sacrifices were made in the name of performance. The trunk is tiny, sound system is just okay, and the passenger probably won't be very comfortable as you sail around curves and accelerate zero to sixty in 6 seconds. But seriously, relax and enjoy the drive.
Story
Too many. But here are two calm ones. The first time was when I was speeding down the highway feeling like a champion darting around BMWs and mercedes and audis, judging them all for their expensive, underperforming, luxury, non-driver-worthy choices. And then I realized, they all look at me and say "hah, look at her thinking she's the best in her honda." Whatever guys, enjoy your slow clunky... (more)
Pros
The car looks great, feels great, and sounds great. Acceleration is always exciting, and the fact that you can get it up to 7,000 RPMs without redlining the engine is amazing. The turning radius is incredibly small, which makes it a really fun car to whip through windy, hilly mountain roads. The driver's seat is comfortable enough. Clutch is smooth, and the handling is incredible. The little growl the engine makes when you turn it says everything about it. It's ready for action, for performance. Don't let it sit in a garage all year, take it out for a joy ride. It's a Honda, you can buy tw... (more)
Cons
It's not a car built for passengers, unless the passenger loves the driving experience (and even then, that's a stretch). The passenger seat is a little uncomfortable, and there's not much space. Sightlines are bad until you have the top down. No one can figure out how to open the gas tank on the first try until someone tells them (hint, it's between the driver's seat and the door). The trunk fits maybe a small backpack, and that space will shrink even more when you upgrade the mediocre sound system by adding a subwoofer, because where else would it fit. But honestly, you shouldn't be list... (more)