I certainly consider myself an entusiast. And driving a NA Miata is certainly an exercise in "keeping the revs up". Minivans and SUVs can beat a stock Miata off the line without much effort.Originally posted by SpaceNeedle:
Being a person who loves torque, I look at it like this: the S2000 takes SKILL to drive fast. I was surprised at some of the responses saying it's too much work to drive around. I figured you guys were enthusiasts. I've heard that "no torque" complaint from people who drive non-sporty sedans mostly.
Originally posted by lilaznboi:
I would definately get the S2000 over the M Roadster. First reason is because engine has waaaay better technology. Second being I think it looks better. And if your complaining about Torque? why don't you just put a turbo on it. You'll still have money left over. Or supercharge if you are too scared of going too fast.
There is one 2000 S2K, Red/Black in Richmond Automall(Richmond Honda), for $48,900 CDN, or roughly $32,600 US, which is brand new, but dealer wants cash for it.Originally posted by SpaceNeedle:
Wow. THAT CHEAP up in Vancouver, BC? I'm from Seattle so maybe I should consider buying Canadian.
It's well over MSRP here. Lowest I've heard it sell for is $36K.
A normal launch nets a 6.3 second 0-60mph time.
Could you give me leads on MSRP or a tick below S2000s up in Vancouver, BC?