Honda S2000: Car Review

London Sonnier, Writer

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The 2003- 2009 Honda S2000 is a great car for any upcoming driver. This car can be compared to the Mazda Miata in terms of  size, popularity, availability of aftermarket parts, and the price you may be able to get one for. The vehicle may be found preowned for $1,000- $5,000, with the hardtop configuration, which is a very good price for this. The 2009 model was rated to have near 237 horsepower, 162 lb-ft of torque, with 18- 25 mpg: this is the most popular model of the series. The vehicle is described as a classic sports car with a very different sense of styling from Honda that is very reliable, safe, good looking, and comfortable. However, like I said before this car as well as the Mazda Miata are arguably the two best roadsters you can buy on the market today. I would Highly recommend this to any new drivers that want a fairly cheap car that may be easily modified for track use or any other plans you may have for it.

 

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