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The 2006 Honda S2000 is a pure driver's car designed for those who think that cabin entertainment starts and ends with a short-throw manual shifter. Some bizarre remote controls and a cramped cabin are all but forgotten when the open road beckons.
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The 2007 Honda S2000 is almost pure sports car, more suited for winding roads than trips to the grocery store or the daily commute.
Honda used the 2007 New York International Auto Show to launch a new version of its racy S2000 roadster. The S2000 CR (the suffix stands for "Club Racer") builds on the existing drivetrain and basic design of the current S2000, but gives it some enhanced structural and handling features as well as some bold external design cues that Honda says are more than skin deep.
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