Nicely Priced: 2003 Honda S2000
The Honda S2000 is one of those cars that you’ll wonder why you didn’t buy as many as you could fit into a large barn and store for future appreciation (side note, please don’t do that, it is a jerky thing). Why will the S2000 be worth beaucoup bucks in the future? Two reasons; 1 — it wasn’t built in high numbers for the USA, 66k in 9 years (compare this to 74k of the 84-89 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera) and 2 — it has no competition for what it does best; Yes, I’m talking about the 9000 rpm redline, amazingly tight chassis, and celebrated reliability. Get one now before they become unobtanium. Find this 2003 Honda S2000 offered for $13,000 in Fayetteville, NC via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: silver
title status: clean
Hi, I have for sale my 2003 Honda S2000 AP1 Clean title! I purchased it in Washington State in 2015, at the time it had about 87-88k miles on it. Reason I’m selling is because I’m getting older and need something more practical. I’ll be moving soon and although it was a fun car to drive when I was younger, my priorities have changed. It’s currently my daily driver, so the odometer reading will go up slightly the longer it sits, but not by too much because I swap between my motorcycle and this car.
The car has been pretty much garage kept for the entire time I’ve owned it, There was a couple year period where it stayed in the garage and only got driven occasionally. Mechanically the car runs great, I’ve had no issues with the motor, I’ve always taken it to get serviced regularly and the car has never been in any major or minor accidents. The car is starting to show a little bit of age though, the seats on the driver side has some wear on it, but the passenger seat is in pretty good condition, no cracks or tears on the soft tops and I’ve had no problem driving it in heavy rain. All 4 tires got replaced recently, less than 2000 miles on it. You will not have to replace them for awhile, unless of course you want to. The body and paint are in very good condition, minus some normal wear on the bumpers, other than that there are no major scratches, dents or bumps.
The only issues I’ve had with the car is that the passenger side headlight is out.
The only modification done to it is coilover suspensions, although I don’t really know which ones it has. I’ve never messed with the suspensions when I bought it, it was already lowered. That being said, it doesn’t have issues getting over MOST speed bumps and hills occasionally on a super steep on it might scrape, but not really. Other than that, the car is bone stock.
In conclusion, please don’t hesitate to hit me up via email. I get notifications directly to my phone so I’ll respond very quickly. Price is 16,000 USD firm (absolutely no trades), I prefer certified check, however I’ll take cash too. Also the car is a little messy right now because it’s being driven daily, but once I find a serious buyer I’ll clean everything myself.
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This is the first reasonably priced S2000 I’ve seen in at least a year if the $13,000 price is correct ($16k in the description, $13k per the listing). Worth every penny at $13k, but pretty far off at $16k.
I do think these are pretty cool car’s prices in the PNW are in this ballpark or lower do think only a matter of time before prices will go crazy future collectable 4 sure.
For the same entry price and appreciation potential I’ll take an M-Roadster with a broader powerband for drivability.