MPG of Honda S2000

Discussion in '2000 Honda S2000' started by Honda rulez, Sep 16, 2002.

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    That's comparing a supercharged 5.0 liter V-8 to a Naturally Aspirated 2.0 liter four.

    The 5.7-liter, 405-horse Z06 beats out the S2000 on gas mileage; Road and Track averages over 30 MPG (and that's "American" gallons - ha, just kidding) on a 3000-mile road trip.
     
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    odd, a local car mag tested an s2000 and found it got 32.5mpg on the highway in a proper test. and on their hard testing it got roughly 20mpg
     
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    Just for saying >>>> S2000 beats all of his categorie.
    And just imagine if Honda makes a new version of v-tec 4.0L or much !
    ..oh if they beat all with 2.0L (s2000) and 3.0 to 3.2 L (nsx) ...
    im not talking about 4.0 L or more !
    But i don't think that honda likes to create "big" motors, because they're japanese people (that's not bad, it's good :)
    and japanese people control @100% the bhp , power liters.. what you want.. japanese haves the best technologie (in computers etc.. but in cars too)
    they're special.
    But i like a lot american cars I have a chevrolet Blazer 1994 s-10 who is very good..i love the corvette Z06, but they have too big motors...
    So..
    for me it's honda s2000 and z06.. i know they have nothing to be compared but they are two marvelous cars who i want to have.. the s2000 : quality...the z06 :respect .. no i m kidding.. they are the best sports cars for me..
     
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    Mine would get good mileage,

    Combined = 25 mpg
    Highway = 30-32 mpg
     
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    It mostly depends how hard your driving the car
     
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    I made a long road trip in my S2000 the past weekend. Averaging 75mph, I got 29mpg.

    If I go slower (~55mph), the mpg would go up by a lot.

    If the convertible top was down, that would lower the mpg by a lot also.

    So there's still a lot of factors that affect mpg. My normal "spirited" driving in 70% highway, 30% back roads gets about 21mpg.
     
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    Dont you ever drive with the hardtop?
     
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    I don't have a hard top. Driving topless is too much fun anyway <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/cboardhtml/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
     
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    Well the hardtop looks pretty good
     
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    Umm, I live in Canada, and we don't use imperial (miles, feet, inches). The US uses that. We use metric (kilometres, metres, centimetres).
     
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    Which part of Canada?
     
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    Everyone here is Canadian, eh?
     
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    Yeah I know
     
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    Go Canada! Best country ever. We have the largest supply of drinkable water on Earth.
     
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    Yup and we get to go to the Hospital for free
     
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    I love it. Well, I hate going to the hospital, but paying to go would be so much worse.
     
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    I know, living in the states must suck
     
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    Only if you get hurt, or if you live in the south because you might be imbred.
     
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    Exactly, if you get shot you have to pay to go to the hospital
     
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    If you live in the states, odds are you will be shot.
     
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    Here in Canada, you'll get stabed more often then shot
     
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    Or beat to death with a moose.
     
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    Most likely
     
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    Idiot. Of course a car that drives normally at unusually high RPM's will drink a lot of fuel, but I bet you'd have more fun with this cute little roadster than the lean, mean SVT Cobra.
     
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    Well it depends if you redline it, if you keep it between 6000 and 7500, you wont be burning as much gas
     

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