2001 Honda Prelude Consumer Review: Gone, but not forgotten!
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2001 Honda Prelude - Consumer Review

2001 Honda Prelude

Average Consumer Rating

76 Total Reviews

Base Coupe (2.2L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Gone, but not forgotten!
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Vehicle

2001 Honda Prelude 2dr Coupe (2.2L 4cyl 5M)

Review


The Prelude exemplifies a time when
Honda was still building cars to a
specific engineering goal and not to a
price-point. The cabin materials are
first-rate, with comfortable seats,
good visibility, all amenitites a
serious driver needs, and nothing he or
she doesn't. The handling and ride
still are the standard for the FWD
sport-coupe class. The brakes are
better than the average Honda's, as
well.

The Prelude's appeal is how the
suspension, brakes and jewel of an
engine work so seamlessly together. It
is a tool for carving corners, but is
also quite pleasant for long trips.


Best Features

suspension;engine;comfort;exclusivity

Worst Features

6-spd MT;delete standard moonroof
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