This 94 Prelude is highly reliable. I have never
done any repair beyond normal maintenance
in 10 years! I've had years in which I've driven
it 20,000 miles and others of 5,000 miles. It's
a peppy, fun drive that accelerates very well.
It handles beautifully. This is the best car I've
ever had in 35 years of driving. Even the
temperature controls are great-the air
conditioner cools quickly and the heat is just
Reliability, peppy, fast acceleration, great
handling, temperature controls.
This is a great car even after
celebrating its 10th birthday. I
couldnt think of a better car to take
through the twisties. The SI or VTEC
models are definately the way to go.
Shifting is very smooth and accurate,
developing the most power in the 3500
rpm range. The steering on this car is
razor sharp and with a good set of
performance tires you can really rip
into those back country roads.
Recommend upgrading wheels and tires to
freshen the styling up a bit. Adding an
intake and exhuast really lets the car
breathe. Upgrading the Shocks to
improve handling is also worth it.
The Prelude is GREAT!! The front seats
keep you from sliding while handling
crazy curves in the road. The long
digital dash gives it a space-age
look. The availability of after market
parts is good too.
Hitting VTec at 5k RPM and actually
being able to accellerate!
The only cup holder is placed so
shifting can be difficult. The back
seat is only big enough for a laundry
You just gotta have this 94'Prelude Si
to understand what I am talking about
here....too bad that I don't have it
anymore... It has great looks,gas
mileage,reliablility, and much more to
satisfy driver of this awesome car...
I bought used and only had it for 2
years, but it had no major and minor
problems.... I loved that car... if I
ever buy used car again... I'll
definitely put `92~'96 Prelude on top
of my list...
Interior & Exterior designs... Running
electricity a few seconds after
ignition has been turn off...( to
close windows and moon roof )
NOTHING!!!! Oh... Maybe more leg room
in the back sit...