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By Jed Maxwell
11 September 2006 04:46
It certainly has. It was launched in 1999 but Honda reckons it’s got a few years left in it yet. This is its second face lift (the first came in 2002) and Honda have said they’re going to stick with this incarnation until 2009. But rather than making wholesale changes they’re hoping to eke some more life out of it with a constant stream of minor upgrades. It seems to be working too. Despite its age the S2000 is the Peter Pan of the roadster world.
Well you’ll have to look closely to spot any difference. They’ve done some sculpting around the front air dam which helps it retain that sleek appearance. And they’ve added similar tweaks to the rear bumper. Other cosmetic updates include a couple of new colours, new wheels, new trim inside and speakers in the roll hoops. The most significant improvements have been carried out under the skin. They’ve given it a drive-by-wire throttle and the option of Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Honda’s version of ESP.
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