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By Jed Maxwell
11 September 2006 04:46
The chassis is well balanced and the steering is responsive to small inputs but it doesn’t give the same kind of detailed feedback to the driver as other sportscars. And you have to treat this car with respect. You need quick reflexes to catch the S2000 when it does eventually give up its grip on the road. The cabin’s still a let down too...
They’ve changed the centre console. Owners were complaining the aluminium finish on the previous car’s was getting scratched so they’ve reverted to black plastic. The cockpit keeps that feeling of wrapping round you with controls falling nicely to hand on either side of the steering wheel. But it’s very claustrophobic. Tall drivers don’t sit low enough in the car and the steering wheel still only adjusts up and down and doesn’t telescope in and out so the range of driving positions is limited.
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Honda S2000 (2006) CAR review
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