2006 Honda S2000

Stock: HO06-073
Current condition: ORIGINAL-PRESERVED
Performance: 2.2L/237 HP DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine with VTEC
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Color exterior: Silverstone
Color interior: Black & Red
Features: Honda AM/FM/CD/XM stereo system
Options: Keyless entry, Cruise control, Power-operated convertible top, Rear spoiler
Mileage: 32,090 showing
Tires: Sumitomo HTZ 215/45/17
Vin #: JHMAP21416S002073
Engine #: F22C1

(SOLD) This sporty 2006 Honda S2000 Convertible is (1) of just 596 total produced in the rare Silverstone Metallic / Black and Red leather color combination in 2006, and presents simply wonderful today. The S2000 features a 6-speed manual transmission, along with a number of desirable options including: AM/FM/CD stereo system, power windows, locks and mirrors, keyless entry, cruise control, a power-operated convertible top, and an attractive rear spoiler that brings the entire look together.

Start-Up, Walk-around, and Drive Video


The Honda S2000 is an open top sports car that was manufactured by Japanese automobile manufacturer Honda, from 1999 until 2009. First shown as a concept car called the SSM at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995, the production version was launched on April 15, 1999, to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The S2000 is named for its engine displacement of two liters, carrying on in the tradition of the S500, S600, and S800 roadsters of the 1960s.

Several revisions were made throughout the car's production life, including changes to the engine, gearbox, suspension, interior and exterior. Officially two variants exist: the initial launch model was given the chassis code AP1; though cosmetically similar, the facelifted version, known as the AP2 in North America and Japan, incorporated significant changes to the drivetrain and suspension. Production of the S2000 ceased on August 19, 2009.

The Honda S2000 was notable for its exceptional specific power output of about 124 hp per litre, or about two horsepower per cubic inch, the highest of any mass production, naturally aspirated engined car.[