Thursday, September 27, 2007

2008 Honda S2000 Review

While sports cars don't automatically trigger thoughts of safety, the 2008 Honda S2000 does have an array of safety features, including dual front airbags, race car safety belts, reinforced door beams, an non-skid braking system, and traction control.

Inside, its features include a bright red engine start button, power windows and door locks, cruise control, and an 8-speaker AM/FM CD audio system. As well, there's a leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather trimmed seats, and cup holders for each passenger. Air conditioning, integrated roll bars, and a center storage console are also included, as well as an alloy shift knob, textured aluminum pedals, and a rear wind deflector.

Outside, the 2008 Honda S2000 has a powered soft top, a glass rear window with a defroster, a distant unlock system, and timed windshield wipers. A dual spiral horn, defoormable bumpers and an aluminum hood wrap up the package, making the 2008 Honda S2000 roadster a modern classic that's fun to drive, but still has the stability of being a Honda.

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