14,684 Original Miles

 

Manual Transmission
2.2L Inline 4
240 hp @ 7800 RPM*
162 lb/ft torque @ 6500 RPM*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 5.4 seconds
Top Speed: 155 MPH
*Base Price in 2004: $32,800

 

*Seller Asking:

$32,000

Own this car for $432 a month!

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Fast Facts:
  • In 2004, Honda increased the stroke of the S2000’s engine, bumping displacement to 2.2 liters and naming it the F22C (replacing the F20C). Increasing the stroke increases the piston speed, which increases drag within the engine (since piston movement creates the most friction in an engine). As a result, the redline was lowered to 8200 RPM, although it came with a bump in torque to 162 ft lbs due to the increased displacement. Overall, the new F22C made the thrust between 1000 and 8000 RPM feel slightly stronger than the earlier AP1 models. No longer was everything focused up top above 8000 RPM like it was in the F20C. Overall horsepower output was the same
  • When the S2000 made its first appearance at the 1995 Tokyo show (as the SSM concept), it featured an inline five (5) cylinder engine paired with the automatic transmission from the NSX (but with 5 speeds rather than 4). The inline 5 also had a 2.0L displacement, and retained Honda’s VTEC system
  • By the time it was released, the inline 5 was ditched for an inline 4 that revved to a stratospheric 9,000 RPM. This 4 cyl engine (F20C) held the record for the highest specific output of any naturally aspirated production engine in the world (120bhp per liter). It wasn’t dethroned until 10 years later when Ferrari released the 458 with 125bhp per liter. Amazingly, the F20C operates cleanly enough to qualify the S2000 as a Low-Emission Vehicle (LEV)!
  • To achieve a high redline, Honda kept the reciprocating mass as low as possible using lightweight forged steel rods and forged aluminum pistons. This is in addition to a forged steel crankshaft
  • The engine is located completely behind the front axle centerline, giving the S2000 a near 50/50 weight distribution. It also featured a close ratio 6spd transmission and a torque-sensing limited slip with a 4.10:1 axle ratio
Key Model Year Changes:
  • The S2000 received significant changes for the 2004 model year, earning it the AP2 designation (replacing AP1)
  • Bigger engine with lower redline, softer ride, shorter gear ratios, bigger wheels, and more. Peak power output remains the same. All changes can be found in Honda’s press release

 

Seller Notes:
  • 14k original miles
  • All original – no modifications
  • 2nd Owner
  • Fantastic condition
  • Original factory top with tonneau cover
  • No mechanical issues – everything works. Well maintained

 

  • Location: East Lansing, Michigan – (more photos below)
  • Update: car is no longer for sale

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*Performance numbers pulled from either the factory brochure or reputable automotive road tests.
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