Honda Prelude (pre-1988) Reviews
Product Type: Honda cars
Description:Reviews on all pre 1988 Preludes.
Newest Review: ... car, it had just 86,000 miles on the clock and drove like new, I only had two problems with it, which are typical of the 2nd ... more
Customer Honda Prelude (pre-1988) Reviews (1)
by Darren - written on 25/11/06
I Owned a 1984 Honda Prelude EX, it had the 1.8l 12v engine with the 4 speed automatic gearbox. It was a very reliable car, it had just 86,000 miles on the clock and drove like new, I only had two problems with it, which are typical of the 2nd and 3rd generation. The first was the Brakes, the master cylinder has a tendancy to leak from the rear, this was a cheap fix, with a master cylinder rebuild kit! and the other fault with these Preludes is rust at the front of the rear wheel arches / Inner wing area, I managed to get this welded by my Father, so, did not cost a thing, but shouldn't cost too much to get a bodyshop to do. But apart from these two faults, it ... Read the complete review
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