5-Speed manual transmission
4WS: Four Wheel Steering all 4 wheels turn and add maneuverability.
Third owner - same owner for the last 23 years.
New timing belt, battery & alternator.
Very sporty car. Drives and handles great.
16-valve fuel-injected DOHC four cylinder that makes 135 horsepower at 6,200 rpm.
Dual-stage intake manifold; at higher RPM an additional 51-mm runner is opened with a vacuum servo.
Original Aluminum Alloy wheels
Interior is in great shape
Any work that needs to be done is cosmetic. The engine runs great and the car drives beautifully.
A/C runs but does not cool
Small patch of rust on passenger side below rear side window
Notes on this model: Combining the elements of relatively low weight, decent power, amazing suspension, and four-wheel steering, the third-generation Honda Prelude was a world-beater in the handling department. Road & Track tested it in 1988, and the Prelude flew through the 700-foot slalom at 65.5 mph--faster than any other production car available. Even today, that time is still very respectable, faster than the Mazda RX8, the Acura NSX, the Lotus Esprit, the C5 Corvette, and even the Dodge Viper GTS. The scariest thing is this was all achieved on the stock 195/60/R14 Michelins.