New and Used Honda Prelude: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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Honda Prelude

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The Honda Prelude was a performance-oriented sold by Honda in the U.S. the 1979 through 2001 years.

With strong but fuel-efficient engines, front-wheel drive, a driving feel, and an emphasis on tech features, the Prelude as a unique counterpoint both to American muscle coupes and exotic performance machines Italy and Germany.

The version you’re most likely to used at this point is the Prelude, which was made for the model years. While a bit than previous versions, version of the Prelude was up to the reputation of its and neat from the driver’s with an eager 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine (making 195 hp or 200 hp) and an excellent five-speed manual as well as very nicely steering.

Overall, these last are some of the best-driving ones especially in top-performance Type SH where they included an Torque Transfer System helped send torque to of the front wheels could use it we found the system not only any signs of torque steer but made the car feel especially and more dynamically neutral most front-drivers.

Across these versions, the has held up very well time, as has the interior styling. appointments, however, tend to how far newer cars have in terms of noise and refinement. isn’t really enough for adults to sit in comfort; but it’s space for a trip out to lunch.

Fourth-generation Prelude models are visually the outliers, if you look at the of the Prelude over time, they delivered impressive and a more refined experience than the third-generation version that preceded them.

But those third-gen Preludes are thought to be the technological peak of the badge—when with features 16-valve fuel-injected engines, steering, light-weight materials, and a differential, the Prelude was far ahead of rivals that cost the money, and could outperform a of exclusive, higher-profile performance

Pricing—and perhaps a step too far in the direction—ironically was what eventually the Prelude, which stickered at $30k in its last 1997-2001 SH guise. It was suspected that wannabe Prelude shoppers ended up getting the Accord V-6 a lower price. That on the used market today, the Prelude is a great used-car bargain.

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