Honda S2000 high performance two-seat roadster has nearly 10 years without a complete redesign. Honda spiced things last year, however, track-ready with a new package called the S2000 CR. CR stands for "club racer," and trim continues into 2009. It competes with the S2000 two-seat roadsters, including the Pontiac Solstice GXP, BMW Z4 and Audi TT.
S2000 has a wedge-shaped profile that stands apart from other roadsters. It's built on a 94.5-inch wheelbase and measures 162.7 inches overall length feature. Standards include:-high-intensity-discharge lamps, 17-inch alloy wheels, power-operated top has a glass rear window with defroster, molded top cover included; Hardtop body color is available, integrated roll bars behind the seats and a clear acrylic wind deflector mount between the bar and help reduce turbulence.
The S2000 two seats equipped with body-hugging, leather-trimmed bucket seats. Limited driving range because the position does not adjust the steering wheel and seats to be positioned manually. storage space is at a premium, there are small barrel between the seat and the trunk has only 5 cubic feet of cargo capacity. Interior amenities include: clean-door panel storage pockets, aluminum and leather shift button, aluminum pedals and aluminum-accented footrest and silver trim accents and XM Satellite Radio and headrest speakers are available.
Under the Hood
the high-revving four-cylinder Honda redlines at 8000 rpm. A 237-hp,-liter four-cylinder 2.2 engine with 162 pound-feet of torque mated to a six-speed manual transmission and has a 49/51 weight distribution.
Safety features include anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist-all, dual front airbags, side impact airbags and no stability in the system electronics.