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Written on: 13/03/2013
Pros: ulike other reviewers Iv found and have plenty of aftermarket performance parts. I havnt dyno'd it yet but id say im pushing over 300 HP and 250 torque. Mine has 8PSI boost turbo with standered bolt on's ( headers, intake, Exhaust) Also has a thing called an E Ram connected to the cold aair intake that adds another 1PSI of boost at any RPM. Cat Back Exhaust, Stage 3 racing 6 puck clutch, short throw shifter,and a stage 3 surge chip. Also upgraded to iradium spark plugs which add 10… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/03/2013 by ludereview (1 review written)
I have owned my gen5 2.2 vti Prelude for approximately a month and I've had a smile on my face since I fisrt drove it. Anyone looking for a true drivers car for peanuts should befinately look in to it. I've had all types of cars, quattro's, MR2's down to sportka's and passats. I currently run a jaguar XJ8-4.0 and I prefer driving the lude. The tiptronic boxes have a reputation so cautious buyer may wat to avoid, but when you're likely to be paying about a grand for one of these cars, why… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2013 by alipoubelle (1 review written)
Where to start? have now owned two 4th generation Preludes, the first a jap import - lovely graphite grey, unfortunately not well cared for - so great to drive, very reliable, but a sad example bodyworkwise, decided it wasnt worth keeping on the road Yet.. completely hooked, I then bought a 1996 4th gen beauty, very red, very gorgeous, had been loved and cared for - regular oil changes..all a Honda engine needs really - yes true the rear wheel arches are a problem - bodywork just 2 years ago… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2012 by nashy46x (1 review written)
Totally awesome, mines a 1995 import..... If you,ve got a good no claims bonus, get One! I have owned two 2.2 vtec's (import) which are even faster and the BB4 lightweight chassis makes this possible. Mines stunning silver and she,s been looked after like a queen!! Reliable, Comfort, Handling...This is the motor,. My vtec comes in at 12mph an then there holy hell, jusy keep hold of the wheel, its a TIGER!!! Pull up at lights and the merc, bmw owners look bemused, cos they dont build cars like… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/03/2012
Owned for approx 6 months now and for a 15 year old car everything still works which is great, it has lovely leather seats, climate control, and is a nice place to be on short or long journeys, but the thing that puts a smile on my face the most is the sound and acceleration of the engine when you push past 5500rpm and VTEC kicks in.... its an awesome feeling. I have owned my fair share of cars over the years, many of them German from turbo pertols to DERV's, but none have handled as well as… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2010
I love my Prelude more than my other half, by a long way!
the only thing the break on it was the dizzy. never let me down and its as quick as hell, looks great drives great performs great all in all its better in my opinion than most cars on the road today. gotta love the VTEC!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2010
what can i say 2.2 vtec power all the electics roof mirrors and windows digital climate control cruise conrol and prob one of the best driving positions you can get in a car and all for under £1500 ..highly recomended to anyone who wants a fast comfotable and 100% reliable car buy one now you will not regret it… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/02/2010
"Luxury Integra Type-R"
Car is quicker than new Type R, Low slung with not much body roll, great in corners, Climate Control, Full Electro-Luminescent Dash is Awesome.
Glove box is literally a glove box (ie big enough for one glove)Rear seats are only good for double amputees.
Best fuel consumption 35 mpg, but this did include some fun driving.
Honda reliability and soooo cheap second hand..... pick one up whilst demand is low.
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Written on: 27/11/2009
mine is a 92 vtec 5speed manual.
recently bought it and is easily best car i have owned
the mods were already there poddy extractors big bore lowered
raced a r32 2.0 ltr n/a and utterly blitz it gotta love vtec
these cars are stunning no need for a bodykit
only gripes is backseats are useless lol
other than that preludes are great and sound awesome 5/5
shows the honda haters whos boss haha… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2009
it would never trade my prelude for no other car if and when i die i want to buried in it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2009
i love these cars,only down side to them ive found is the need to fill her up loads,i use vpower to so it isnt cheap but hey whats the point of haveing something cheap to run and horid to drive,when you can have one of these which leaves you smileing 1000% of the time ha ha ha,it defo turns heads to,even as standard as mine is apart from the lexus lights etc,for now… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2009 by satansangel2008 (1 review written)
i now own my first honda prelude,all i can say about the car is,wow he he he,its an amazing car to look at and drive,ive got the jap inport version,for a car of its age to look in my opinion better than most of the newer car is great,it still turns head everywhere i go,and knowing i have nearly 200 bhp to play nice with is fantastic.its a joy to see cars behind me vanish from stand still,i will defo be getting another when the sad days of the scrap yards come,only problem i have with it is the… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009 by robvtec (1 review written)
want a cheap relatively fast sports coupe that handles well looks good and sounds awesome then the Honda Prelude 2.2i VTEC is definitely the car to have.
solid h22 engine very reliable used in 5th gens too and accord type rs and prelude type s 0-62 in 7.1 secs
high revving engine ,strong power after 5krpm ,great handling with 4ws ,although good without ,183 bhp at the fly standard ,fully electric ,high spec ,cheap lol ,remember this is a 4 cylinder n/a car… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2009 by BookhimDanno (2 reviews written)
I bought my Honda Prelude 2.2i VTEC a few years ago with the idea that it would make a good 'Rally Car' for non forest single venue tarmac rallies.
I stripped out the interior, fitted a cage and all the required safety items, fitted a high flow air filter and a decent exhaust manifold and left everything else totally standard.
In November 2008 did my first rally in it. There were 80 starters including some very exotic cars and we finished the 8 rough stages in 30th place overall on an event… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/12/2008 by Hidz Makino (1 review written)
It has some unexpected surprises. Seat on driver's side has inflating cushion, and mm precision back rest. The rear speakers are at the perfect angle for sound, the small cabin enables great audio quality, and compared to modern cars, its easy to install ICE… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2008 by snowleopard (19 reviews written)
I have owned and driven many cars but few put a smile on my face in the way a 4th generation Honda Prelude does. I have just sold my BB4 2.2 VTEC import as two adults, three kids and 1 large dog do not fit! But I was gutted to see it go. Mine was highly customised with paint job, aftermarket alloys, lowered, custom exhaust etc etc etc, but you don't need all that to enjoy the wonderful lines of the car, the superb performance, the great sound, the tight handling.
You only need around £1800… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2008
I love my prelude, I've had it for 2 years and its never let me down and it looks great (much better than a Toyota Celica and way cooler than some naff hot hatch). With neally 200bhp on tap its still as quick as most modern compotition. Just buy one you won't be sorry!… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2008 by mastacutz (1 review written)
An awesome, awesome car.
Back in 2000 a friend of mine showed me his imported Prelude. Never seeing one before, I took one look at the EL back-lit dashboard....I was in love
On my second prelude now, a BB4 lightweight-edition, no ABS/TCS/4WS/sunroof/cruise. A lot of people say the 4wheel-steering version is better but thats silly, the 4wd makes the lude too twitchy. Remove it.
All I can say is if you buy a prelude you'll not be disappointed!
Everytime I get in my lude all I can do is smile; the… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2008
My Honda Prelude which my dad gave me is great, even though its a k reg it still runs and looks great, even being an automatic, it still as a lot of power off the mark. Top car, hate driving the family car (Renault Scenic) after driving my beast of a prelude… Read Full Review
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