The 1993 Si VTEC model is the quickest
prelude ever produced. It handles like
a dream and the VTEC exhaust note is oh-
so sweet. The factory Recar seats hold
you firmly in place while the OEM 7
speaker stereo plays. This car is for
the most part, automotive perfection.
To top it all off, its 12 years old and
has 106k miles on it. If you're
considering this car, just keep in mind
that they are very expensive to own and
maintain. However this more than pays
off in having the pleasure of driving
the fastest Honda branded 4cyl coupe
ever sold in the US.
Sunroof, digital gages, VTEC
powerplant, OEM foglights, security
system, OEM subwoofer, and CD player.
Way ahead of its time for 1993, has ABS
and Dual airbags too.
Car has been discontinued. This was
caused by controversial styling, high
price, useless back seats, and high
insurance rates. C'mon Honda, bring it
back, put it on the TSX (JDM Accord)
chassis, and give us a 220 hp K24
engine in it with a 6spd. Keep it
around $25k and I'd get one!
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