by alex33nad on Oct 25, 2012 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude S 2dr Coupe
This car refuses to stop running.
Stick shift is the only way to go.
-The only reason I've ever been stranded road side was due to a flat tire.
Take care of it and it will take care of you.
Typical Honda rust.
2 out of the 5 gears grind a little bit.
2nd and 5th.
I would recommend it to anyone.
For a 20 year old car with a quarter million miles.
It runs like a champ with a chip on it's shoulder like it has something to prove every damn day.
by juegavivobuay on Jan 10, 2012 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude Si 2dr Coupe
Bought my lude at 252,000 miles for 1600 from someone in my area. Original engine. Weekly commutes between ATL and Charlotte by previous owner. It had 4ws(amazing in the parking lot, seamless at cruising speeds). it was auto(booo) but the 2.3 motor was still pretty quick. smoked eclipses, civic, integras, even a vtec lude. interior comfortable. 6 spkr audio setup amazing. car carries sub base extremely well. very fun to drive, almost gokart like. Totaled her at 305,000 miles, car split in half, roof smashed down, could touch the pavement from drivers seat through floorboard, and i still walked away without even a cut. Speed sensor went out and a/c lights went out. Thats it.
by myhondas0 on Aug 18, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude Si 2dr Coupe
i have owned my prelude si for about 10 years now and i loved it! i am on the 3rd motor but it still around kicking strong! the body has 270,000 miles on it and has no rust or major dents, i did away with the stock wheels and put 19 inch rays racing wheels on it and it handle like a Cadillac lol had to do away with h23 and put the f22 in it for now, but not every one knows what they in the f22s you boost a stock f22 10 to 12 lbs and be just as fast or faster the h22, enjoy your preludes because i have enjoyed mine. bout time to sell want an s2000 to play with.
by deanobravo on May 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude Si 2dr Coupe
This is the only new car I have ever bought. 190k miles now and running strong. Still using the original brakes and brake pads. On my 3rd set of tires. The only parts replaced have been the timing belt/water pump at 120k miles reg maint., and distributor and radiator at about 140k miles. I think I replaced 2 tail light bulbs too. That's it. This car has surpassed my level of comprehension of reliability. I am going to give it to my son, and am looking for a replacement that will be as reliable.
by gary sanders on Jan 14, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude S 2dr Coupe
After having gone through a Chevette, Datsun B210, Monte Carlo, Chevy Beretta, I was convinced all cars were junk. This little Prelude was one of 2 left on the lot after a year. Never used - brand new with mileage less than 25 miles. I traded my piece of junk Beretta in for this car and got it for a steal. It is now 2009, NO rust, no exterior or interior problems, no major problems outside of maintenance and required items with the exception of the air handling controls. This car will outlive me and I get people wanting me to sell it all the time. If you have an opportunity to buy one, get it. They are an incredible and fun car. I plan on keeping it forever.
by alex on Dec 19, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Honda Prelude Si 2dr Coupe
This car has the best handling in its price category. Performance is good for a 4 cyl. The 4ws is so much fun to drive, you just wanna turn in corner at the last second so people in the other lane think you're gonna hit them. For a 16 year old car, exterior is great. When you stop at a red light, people just want to race you even if you don't want to. Note this is a cop magnet car too. Give the car good tire and handling is more then amazing.
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