1989 Honda Prelude Si 2.0 from North America
Fun, fast, and reliable
Shortly after I bought my Prelude, the alternator loosened up, the cause being, the previous owner put one of the tightening bolts in backwords. After correcting that little mistake, I drive like a charm.
I purchased my 1989 Honda Prelude, about a month ago, and to this day I look forward to driving it every chance I get. It is extremely quick off the line, it handles superbly, and I love how it looks. My Prelude is race car yellow, I am plan to put white Integra Type R style rims on it, drop it two inches, and replace the amber blinker and tail lights with white ones. The only problem is I can't seem to find the white tail and corner lights anywhere, if anybody knows where I might be able to find them I would appreciate it immensely if one could email me at Collinator02@hotmail.com. My Prelude is the car of my dreams, until I can afford a Ferrari Enzo, and I would encourage anybody else who might be considering buying one to go ahead. You will have no regrets.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th September, 2003
12th Sep 2003, 02:32
Dude, don't waste money fixing up a 89 prelude... save your money and buy a new one...
30th Nov 2003, 11:02
I also have a 1989 Prelude 4ws. There is not a lot that is offered for that year. You can forget about changing out the tail lights. There are no companies out there that offer that to date. I have found that if you go to a 1993 or above there is more stuff that you can bolt on without to much mods. If you do buy another Prelude like I am going to make sure that you opt for the 4ws you will not be sorry that you did...Patrick.