Used Honda Prelude cars for sale
motors.co.uk currently have 6 used Honda Prelude cars for sale
About Honda Prelude cars on motors.co.uk
- Most popular ColourRed
- Most popular fuel typePetrol
- Average Power delivery172 BHP
- Average fuel economy30 MPG
- Average price£1,529
- Average mileage65,473
1 Registered Keeper, 1997 P reg HONDA PRELUDE 2.2 VTi 2dr Auto, Automatic, Coupe, Petrol, 112,000 miles. SILVER, Next MOT due 21/02/2014, Last serv...
Top of the range 'fast & furious' executive motoring, exceptional condition, an absolutely bargain offering: Multi play CD, Heated seats, de-cat ex...
Alloy Wheels, Power Steering, Sunroof
Remote Central Locking, Electric Windows, Electric Sunroof, Electric Mirrors, ABS, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Immobiliser, Totaly Unmarked M...
Rare MK.3 Prelude. Petrol, 2L, White, Automatic ('Sports' incl. manual change 3rd and 4th gears). Excellent Condition 12 months MOT, Taxed, Electri...
The Prelude is one of Honda’s most famous cars, not least because it was in production for over 20 years. It’s a wonderful sports coupe that combines both classic and modern motoring designs and engineering techniques to produce something that’s easy on the eye, awesome to drive and very refined. For a blast from the past that’ll put a smile on your face, the Prelude is definitely worth thinking about.
It had a long running production life from 1978 to 2001, and over that time a multitude of generations, upgrades and special editions were released. While not as popular as other models, such as the Accord and Civic, the Prelude more than deserves its place in history. The 2 door coupe was designed to turn heads as it passed, and that’s exactly what it did. It was also stunning to get behind the wheel of.
With so many generations, it’s difficult to talk about design in general terms, but each one was sporty looking and had a similar sort of shape. Becoming noticeably more refined towards the ends of its life, the Prelude was always a handsome looking car from the outside. The insides were also well built and had a similar ‘performance’ tone to them. Although the Honda looked like quite a sizable motor, space wasn’t in abundance and rear passengers could be quite cramped. However a large saloon type boot meant it was somewhat practical. Obviously well out of date compared to modern coupes, the Prelude has certainly reached ‘classic’ status.
The best thing about all models of this car was the driving experience which was just awesome. While they weren’t the most powerful or necessarily the fastest, they used what was available to the maximum and were sublime as a result. Incredibly sharp steering, quick reflexes and no limit of agility in the corners made for a shed load of excitement and the lively engines sounded great and produced levels of performance that were pretty surprising. Clearly a real driver’s car, the Honda is still a lot of fun even today.
While older versions and performance editions (such as the Motegi) are quite rare to find, giving yourself the best chance by looking in the right places is key. Motors.co.uk is an online ‘El Dorado’ for second hand cars for sale, and you really can find some treasures. The combination of severe price reductions and an unremitting approach to only listing the best quality cars means it’s more than easy to bag a bargain. Any used Honda Prelude will be the real deal and deliver exactly what it out to.
So basically the Honda Prelude deserves the title of ‘legend’ because was consistently good for more than 2 decades. If you’re currently in search of a classic 2 door coupe that’s mighty to drive, looks the business and is quite rare, this Japanese icon is by far the best way to go. It’ll never fail to put a smile on your face, and gives you a great level of performance for a very reasonable price.