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Average User Score
4.8 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 24 reviews
2005 Honda S2000 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 24 reviews
If you are able to find a 2005 Honda S2000 that the owner is willing to sell, you can probably get it for around $27,000 according to recent prices. People looking for a sporty, efficient, powerful, and smooth-handling roadster have found it in this car - for a fraction of the price they would pay for an equivalent ride.
The 2.2L, 4-cylinder engine still packs a punch and, when combined with the rather minimalist design, attracts a lot of gawkers - and plenty of drivers.
The 2005 Model keeps all the improvements added the previous year, which includes a relatively smooth ride for a roadster. While building the power "race" car, Honda still manages to keep it affordable for the quality, and economical to maintain. Consumer ratings are very high in every category with virtually no complaints (rating 9.4 / 10.0).
There is a hardtop option, but it's costly. But if you wanted a hardtop, you could find an old Prelude instead, and still get the speed.
What's your take on the 2005 Honda S2000?
Honda S2000 Questions
How Often Should One Have To Replace Brake Pads In An S2000?
In the first 8 years of ownership, it didn't seem as if I had to change brake pads that often, but in the last 3 years, it seems like every 12,000 miles we have been told we have to do it. They are ...
2005 S2000 Rear End Noise
I have a grinding sound coming from the left side of the rear of the car when starting (at about 2K rpm) off in a left turn. Could this be early signs of differential failure?
Second Gear Synchronizer Ring Problem?
I own a 2005 S2000 and until it gets warmed up, the transmission grinds (sometimes a lot, sometimes just a little) when shifting from first to second, even at medium and low RPMs. Honda acknowledged ...