I bought this car as a weekend pleasure car mainly to drive along the coast of California. The car is solid and well built. It has plenty of power, especially for getting on the freeway and passing. The seats fit well and the headroom is more than adequate with the top up, I am 6" 1" and 200lbs. Keep in mind that the car sits low, entry and exit are different than a typical car. This is also one reason this thing handles so well: it sits low, has stabilizers front and rear, traction stability control, superior tires, and nearly perfect 50/50 weight distribution. It stops quickly as well as it has 4 wheel disc brakes. The shifter is smooth and very short, I can literally rest my elbow on the console and shift with my fingertips around town. I have owned Hondas before and love the build quality and dependibility, this car gives me the same confidence. BTW I an getting 24-26 mpg in combined driving and I certainly am not babying it. Cons? Storage space is at a premium, but then again you can't expect much in a car this size. It is enough for an overnight and 1-2 small pieces of luggage. The stereo is adequate for me but some people put in an aftermarket unit. Note: if you do, save the original- I fully expect this car to be a collector's item in the future! Bottom line: there are faster cars out there, but this car is a blast to drive, has plenty of power, gets decent mileage, gives you a true wind in your face convertible experience, and Honda reliability to boot. When was the last time you got a friendly honk or wave because of the car that you drive?
2007 Honda S2000jm hoody - Florida11/28/2009
best car ever you should buy it. just the best on the lot. Good luck buying.
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