The 2009 Honda S2000 is one of few mass-produced cars without factory options. On the bright side, this makes shopping easier, and odds are you won’t miss much.
One of the more talked-about features on the S2000 Honda in reviews read by TheCarConnection.com is the pair of “headrest speakers” that Kelley Blue Book says “are the only way to really hear your music when both the top and the accelerator pedal are down” in the Honda S2000. Edmunds lists some of the other standard features on the 2009 Honda S2000: “17-inch alloy wheels, xenon HID headlights…full power accessories, air-conditioning and a CD player.” ConsumerGuide reports that “cruise control” and “remote keyless entry” are also included among the Honda S2000’s features. The standard features list on the Honda S2000 may not be lengthy (there’s only so much you can fit inside such a small car), but what it lacks in quantity, it makes up for with quality and usefulness.
Amazingly, the S2000 CR removes some of the limited features found on the standard 2009 S2000. Motor Trend says that the “radio and air conditioning are deleted” on the Honda S2000 CR, though “they can be put back in as an option” at no extra charge. Without those amenities, Motor Trend says, the weight-conscious Honda S2000 CR “weighs 99 pounds less than a regular S2000.”
TheCarConnection.com notes a few options—including XM Satellite Radio—that can be installed at the dealership.