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1994 Honda Prelude Consumer Discussions

1994 Honda Prelude

Last week I saw a dark blue..maybe midnight blue? not sure of the technical color honda gave it, 1994 prelude S. I didn't know what kind of prelude it was bc the back of it didn't say anything but jus...

hideous. I've owned four hondas, including two preludes (1988 SI, 1994 SI, 1983 civic 4dr). I've never heard such a racket, even after turning the radio up. The honda people tell me they hear the noi...

Well I think the 2004+ TL does have a little wow factor to it and its not bland looking. What about the 1994-2001 Integra? The 1994-2001 Integra was not bland at all, ditto the 1992-1996 Prelude as we...

more) the previous generation Accord, the late Prelude. In a way I'm giving a backhanded compliment to Honda, I know that they are immensely talented company with tremendous abilities, and it is very...

But in a possible prelude of things to come, I twice had a problem pulling the demo L100's shifter into Reverse from Park. The button on the shifter wouldn't go in all the way with normal pressure; I ...

That said, Honda has used potential of DOHC layout, when looking at engines that rev past 7000 rpm. 1994-1997 Accord I-4 was 2.2 SOHC with upto 145 HP, Prelude (and variants of Accord in other markets...

Hondas are great cars, but no enterprise of that magnitude can get 100 percent of their products perfect. My previous two cars were a 1989 Prelude Si and a 1994 Civic Si and I consistently beat the o...
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