by 5speedguy on Mar 5, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Prelude Si 4WS 2dr Coupe
Bought my red 5 speed in June 2005 with 129,000 miles on the clock. I now have 150,000 and I just love this car. I like the punch, the great corner- carving ability and the looks. Each time I walk past the car I just have to smile. I know the 4WS makes the car heavier and therefore slower than the VTEC, but the handling is so great it is worth it. I soon intend to use it as a track day car (while continuing the "daily driver" duties.)
by Darek on Jul 16, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Prelude Si 4WS 2dr Coupe
I own a 93 Honda Prelude VTEC, and I absolutely love it! I bought it with 103k miles on it back in 99 and canít stop redlining it every chance I get since then. The car has 160k and is 14 years old now so few things eventfully give up do to my rough driving habits: clutch, O2 sensor, exhaust flex pipe, hmmÖ I canít think of anything moreÖ the button for a hand brake is sticking once a week. Seats are so comfortable that it is hard to stay awake for long drives, but one push on the gas pedal and a sound of the VTEC engaging while you accelerate to 120mph on fairly sharp corner will send your hart rate sky rocking and will put a big smile on your face.
I own a 1993 Honda Prelude Si. Last month I found out that I had a rear main seal leak. I have been driving the car ever since but my father is sick of my car staining the driveway so a friend and I...
i definitely don't want to sell my prelude but i don't know that it will be able to be used for a 22 mile each way highway / city commute for too much longer. the civic si sedan might be a fun but ec...
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