I purchased a 1995 Honda Prelude about one year ago. I have put 20,000 miles on it and it still runs just as good as the day that I bought it. I have done some performance changes such as a carbon fiber hood, an exhaust, and a cold air intake. I am very impressed with the performance of the car. It has good pickup and drives very smooth.
I think I like the design of the dash and the aerodynamic shape of the car.
I cant think of any changes that should be made stock. I enjoy the way it is now.
I bought this car with 127000 miles on
it. The car has been amazing. Nothing
but normal service needed at 176000
miles. Runs great. I have never added a
drop of oil Fun to drive. The car is
driven every day and this includes a
good bit of stop and go driving.
Amazing vehicle. Only problem is a bit
of paint fading from sitting out in the
open all theise years.
Lots of driving fun for the bucks!
Braking could be improved. Upgraded
braked components would do the trick.
this car is great and it looks like an
expensive rich sporty car and its not
which is good for middle class
people....it drives really good can
take sharp turns and it has quick
acceleration and a lot of horespower
for it being a four cylinder and its
pretty good on gas
the dashboard is like an airplane
its bumpy on bad rough roads and the
back seats are to small but i guess
thats good so i wont have to drive
Whenever I made a sharp turn in my
prelude, it just makes me feel
handsome. The build quality is also
outstanding. The only problem is that
the car feels bumpy on uneven road. I
think Honda could not avoid this
problem since the car is too light.
I used to drive a 95 Acura Integra
GSR. The GSR was a fun car to drive.
Excellent gas mileage. Fast. Redline
at 8k rpm. Lacked torque from 0-40
mph...smaller engine 1.8L
Prelude kicks butt. No need to replace
shifter. Lots of power with 2.3L
engine. Handles like it's on rails.
Not us much aftermarket parts like GSR
but there's enough parts to go around.
I miss the high rev 8k rpm. Wish I had
the 2.3L engine with the GSR body.
Like the shifter. Interior feels like
a fighter jet cockpit. 2.3L
engine...good amount of torque for its
value. Decent gas mileage. Plenty of
room for speaker system.
Wish it had a traditional dashboard
indicators and readings...I don't like
the lit displays. Car is too long.
Looks could improve by shaving a couple
of inches from the front.
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