Is an S2000 bigger than a Miata?
It’s bigger But when we’re comparing cars this small, every inch counts. Curiously, the overall passenger volume between the two are basically the same at 49 cubic feet, but the MX-5 does feel much smaller when you sit inside it, making the S2000 feel a little more comfortable in terms of space.
What cars are better than Miata?
10 Mazda MX-5 Miata Competitors to Consider
- 2019 Fiat 124 Spider. Mazda MX-5 Miata competitors to consider have to start with the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider.
- 2019 Fiat 500c Abarth.
- 2019 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible.
- 2019 Ford Mustang Convertible.
- 2019 BMW Z4.
- 2019 Audi TT Roadster.
- 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF.
- 2019 Toyota 86.
Does the S2000 have a turbo?
The car uses the same F22C four-cylinder block and crankshaft it came with from the factory, but pretty much everything else under the engine bay is new. There’s a massive turbocharger pushing a whole lot of boost, and a six-speed sequential transmission to get all of it to the rear wheels.
Which is better AP1 or AP2?
The AP1 is known for its stiffer spring rates as well as being much lighter than the AP2. Weight was saved by sticking as close to race car design as possible. So things such as a plastic rear window, instead of a glass windowpane were used to save weight.
Which is better the Mazda MX 5 or the Honda S2000?
Speaking of, there aren’t very many cars that can make the 2,835-pound S2000 feel heavy, but Mazda’s roadster pulls it off. The denser-boned Honda has the edge on track charisma, but the lightweight-to-a-fault MX-5 feels just a little more fleet of foot. Forgiving, too—it has modern traction control.
Is the Mazda MX-5 Miata still a thing?
Luckily, it isn’t the only small, Japanese roadster to exist. You see, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is still very much a thing, and the recently-updated 2019 model promises the purest open-top experience this side of modern safety regulations.
Which is better Honda S2K or Mazda Miata?
The S2k takes it in the power department at 12.07lbs per hp with the miata at 15.36lbs per hp. Oddly enough, the Miata takes it in torque (16.08 vs 17.66 ft/lb per pound of car) making it easier to move around in city driving scenarios (let’s be honest, you can’t redline a HUNDRED percent of the time lol).
Is there a successor to the Honda S2000?
The spirit of the fast Honda is alive and kicking . Despite this, the automaker still has not released (or given any indication that it’s even thinking of working on) a successor to the much-loved S2000. Luckily, it isn’t the only small, Japanese roadster to exist.