Written on: 12/07/2010
got my 17 year old prelude a few days ago and already fallen in love i expected a few problems due to age off car but so far have found none i drive 75 to 100 miles a day while working with lots off stopping and starting and despite the cars age it has outshined all previous cars i have owned if you are looking for a quick reliable car and have the cash this is it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/03/2010
Well bolted together motor that is great to spend time in. Perfectly practical if there is no kids to consider.
The lazy but solid 2.0l engine is not a screaming vtec but has all the performace a daily commute warrants - you can still have fun in this car.
Only reason for 4 stars on reliability is i went through a few sets of discs and pads, the garage thought i was a bit 'enthusiastic'... i suspect they were cheap replacements or maybe a bit o both!
If your reading this because your looking… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2008 by scooby1980 (1 review written)
All round great car with not many of them being on the road. I would say any modle really needs a new set of alloys to set it off. I got a well priced set of 17" which made such a difference… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/09/2008 by snowleopard (19 reviews written)
I have owned two of these, prior to going to the VTEC version and as with all the Hondas I have owned I loved them. One was standard when I bought it, and I tastefully customized it. The second had been highly modified and was a huge head turner. If you want a great looking sports coupe with massive reliability then the 4th generation Prelude is for you. Moderately quick (if you want pace, buy the 2.2 VTEC), surprisingly economical, comfortable in the front (the back is really only suitable for… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2008 by suzakiroqq (1 review written)
Classic styling, good power, handles like a dream, sure to be a classic and can only go up in value!
Honda reliability is LEGENDARY!
Parts are plentiful and relatively cheap. If you can find one and you've got the money, BUY IT!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2008 by black knite (1 review written)
I love Honda's in general but the Honda Prelude 2.0i is in a class of its own and far above the rest. Just a shame that in the back there is a lack of space really… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2008
Its a great sports coupe money can buy. Sure to be a classic in the coming years. A great engine with a fantastic noise. I had no problems with it. Very quick off the block and great abs breaking. Its how a car is supposed to be. You will feel a direct link with the road and that gives a fun experience. The steering is precise. I would like honda to remake prelude of the modern era!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/04/2007 by kiosk (1 review written)
My Honda Prelude 2.0i is automatic, which traditionally goes against the grain of a sports car, but the fact is you will spend half you time in traffic anyhow. My automatic is great in traffic. No need to constantly dip the clutch and crunch the gears, the car just eases through the traffic before you can open it up on the motorway. A Vetec this may not be, but the 2.0i has all the power you need. Between 60-90 the car just glides. The driving position is very comfortable for a tall person (I'm… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2004 by GottagsxIDo (1 review written)
The Honda Prelude 2.0i sports car is a good daily driver that is very reliable but lacks in the amount of power it has in it's stock form, It handles nicely through the corners and has good road feel, but thats where the performance ends. It is a very reliable daily driver though, with a unsurpassable wealth of after market perts available to it. It is over all a fairly nice car thats just lacking in interior styling and power… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2004 by luderman (1 review written)
The Honda Prelude 2.0i is a good sports car for the unattached couple(without children)
Reasonably priced, and they hold their price A very smart looking coupe with the perfect lines a powerful 2.0cc sohc engine which is more economical than the vtech and less to go wrong.
Handling is fantastic with good brakes to match… Read Full Review
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