Auction extended due to reserve price not being met
Up for auction is a rare 2003 Honda S2000 Limited with just over 59K miles on the odometer. This iconic sports car is sure to turn heads with its stunning features and exhilarating performance. The car is finished in Suzuka Blue Metallic over blue leather and is powered by a 2.0-liter VTEC inline-four linked with a six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. Features include 16″ five-spoke alloy wheels, a black convertible soft top, xenon headlights, air conditioning, a CD stereo, and cruise control. This Honda is being sold with a clean Texas Title and clean carfax report.
The car is finished in Suzuka Blue Metallic (B-513M) and features a power-operated black soft top with a glass rear window. Additional equipment includes xenon headlights, roll hoops, a rear spoiler, and dual exhaust outlets. The 16″ five-spoke alloy wheels are mounted with performance Bridgestone tires. The car features double-wishbone suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.
The interior features seats upholstered in blue leather along with a matching dashboard, door panels, and carpets. Amenities include push-button ignition, air conditioning, cruise control, a concealed CD stereo, a trunk-mounted CD changer, and a leather-wrapped aluminum shift knob. The three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel fronts a digital speedometer and a bar-style tachometer with an 8,900-rpm redline as well as gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level. The digital odometer reads 59,133k miles,
Drivetrain and Performance:
Under the hood, this S2000 is powered by the legendary F20C 2.0-liter inline-4 engine. The 2.0-liter VTEC F20C inline-four was factory rated at 240 horsepower and 153 lb-ft for torque. The engine bay is clean, and all components are in excellent working order. The limited-slip differential ensures optimal traction, especially during spirited driving. Known for its exceptional performance, the S2000 Limited is a true enthusiast’s car. With 240 horsepower and a high-revving engine that screams to an 8,900 RPM redline.