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There aren’t many companies like Honda. The famous Japanese manufacturer has been a real household name in the automotive industry for decades. It is one of the world’s largest carmakers and also the world’s biggest motorcycle manufacturer for almost 60 years. Motorsports has always been one of the company’s specialties. Through all these years, we have seen numerous amazing sports cars and motorcycles. One of those awesome models is called S2000.

Honda S2000: About the Model

Honda S2000 is a small sports car which comes in 2-seat roadster design. With its attractive look and dynamic RWD layout, it is still quite popular among car enthusiast, despite the fact that it was discontinued almost a decade ago. The initial version came in 1999. During a full decade of production, we have seen two generations of it. Still, it is legal to say that this was more of a facelift than a complete overhaul since the second-generation model kept the same engines, as well as many mechanical parts. Speaking of the engine, this attractive roadster keeps a 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit under the hood. It comes in two different output variants, with either 237 or 247 horsepower. In 2004, the company added one more engine, with a displacement of 2.2 liters and max output of 239 horsepower.

Could Honda S2000 Be a Good Stance Car?

Considering its very attractive styling, even by today’s standards, stanced Honda S2000 would be an amazing choice. The base model is already pretty low, but new suspension kit would make things even better. Still, this is a small roadster, so be careful when picking replacement parts. The Honda S2000 stance would also require some custom wheels. OEM wheels go from 16 to 18 inches in diameter, depending on the version, while width goes between 6.5 and 8 inches. Still, you could easily go for some bigger custom wheels. 19 inches in diameter for Honda S2000 stanced won’t be a problem at all.

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