50 Best Used Honda Prelude for Sale, Savings from $3,659

1994 Honda Prelude
128,552 Miles | Chantilly, VA
$4,584
est. $66/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
68,034 Miles | Clearwater, FL
$6,955
est. $100/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
119,227 Miles | Golden, CO
$4,388
est. $63/mo

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1998 Honda Prelude
170,765 Miles | Saint Charles, MO
$6,995
est. $101/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
184,654 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$6,300
est. $91/mo

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1997 Honda Prelude
106,000 Miles | Canyon Country, CA
$9,999
est. $144/mo

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1992 Honda Prelude
282,415 Miles | Russellville, AR
$1,800
est. $26/mo

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1999 Honda Prelude
165,080 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$4,999
est. $72/mo

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1992 Honda Prelude
116,907 Miles | Loveland, CO
$7,334
est. $106/mo

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1989 Honda Prelude
124,606 Miles | Omaha, NE
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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1999 Honda Prelude
197,524 Miles | San Juan, TX
$5,899
est. $85/mo

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1997 Honda Prelude
120,477 Miles | Woodside, NY
$7,900
est. $114/mo

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2000 Honda Prelude
179,502 Miles | Milwaukie, OR
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2000 Honda Prelude
132,000 Miles | New Britain, CT
$4,495
est. $65/mo

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1998 Honda Prelude
66,229 Miles | Grand Rapids, MI
$13,900
est. $200/mo

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1983 Honda Prelude
118,072 Miles | Syracuse, NY
$8,995
est. $130/mo

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1987 Honda Prelude
212,272 Miles | Edmonds, WA
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
190,200 Miles | Plainfield, NJ
$5,900
est. $85/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
8,983 Miles | New Britain, CT
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est. $0/mo

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2001 Honda Prelude
171,221 Miles | Virginia Beach, VA
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Honda Prelude Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
36 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.2
Performance
4.1
Style
4.2
Comfort
3.6
Fuel Economy
4.2
Reliability
4.0

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2001 Honda Prelude - Unique Sporty Coupe

ZS
Carnot-Moon, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
The last generation Honda Prelude is a gifted, though eccentric, sports coupe. Developed through previous generations as a test-bed for Honda technology, this last iteration continues the trend, showcasing the ATTS superior handling system (Type-SH) driven by the spunky 200HP H22A motor. In addition to the vehicle's performance, the angled looks of the car body has always been an attractive sight to see. Unfortunately though, the car is simply a coupe, and a small one at that. Practicality suffers, as the backseats are nearly useless, and usable space within the car is fairly low overall. If you can get past the practicality issues, the car drives and handles quite well, and has always been fun for me.
Story
Miraculously being able to fit all party supplies in the car (some items were hanging out of the trunk) to relocate a party late one night.
Pros
The top positive things about the last generation Prelude are it's superior handling characteristics, body styling, and motor.
Cons
The largest cons for the Prelude would be it's lack of interior space, and higher maintenance costs as the car ages.

1999 Honda Prelude - Sleek and practical

Jose
Joliet, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I feel as though the build of the Prelude is solid as the infrastructure can take a few bumps and bruises but continues on like a champion. It has over 180,000 miles, and I have never had any major issues aside from little parts here and there, which are expected from an older vehicle. The acceleration is quite responsive, and it feels smooth driving with regular maintenance. Since it is a Honda, it is quite reliable as I have had it for over four years with very minor issues to this point. The fuel it takes is premium, but for the top model of its class it makes sense. The outside style is a bit boxy, but that is my preferred look. The front end is a bit longer with cube styled headlights, and the rear is a bit shorter with a small spoiler. I like the look because it is similar to the... (more)
Story
My most memorable story is the first story I had with this car. I've always wanted a Prelude, and once I found it, I had to get it right away. Only problem was I wasn't all too familiar with driving stick at the time, so once I purchased the vehicle, I actually stalled plenty of times on the way home.
Pros
For a H22 engine, I felt that the fuel economy was rather practical, even though it only takes premium fuel. I enjoyed the smooth ride of the vehicle as the acceleration was receptive, and the engine has held up to this point. I enjoy the all black interior of the vehicle, and the bucket seats where when sitting you kind of sink in. The trunk is quite spacious as well, which seems deceptive as the rear of the vehicle is quite shorter in comparison to other vehicles.
Cons
The way the car was built in terms of accessibility is quite lacking. The oil plug is quite difficult to get to and equally difficult to remove/replace as there is not space to do so without a solid wrench or a special socket set. One other minor con is that the drink holder is directly behind the shifter, and it makes it quite difficult to shift if there is any drink in the center. The drink holder is merely a plastic slider so it is not reliable nor safe in my opinion to put any drinks that have the opportunity of spilling in there.

1991 Honda Prelude - Good on gas, but not much else.

Prelude Owner
Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
1.0
The prelude could've been a good car if the previous owner had taken the time to properly maintain it. But, since it was not taken care of (and it has several defects already), it had a number of issues. The gas mileage was great, which is pretty much the only advantage to the car. It was smaller in size so it was also easier to park than a larger car, I guess. But the engine had some issues. It had a defect that was well publicized by other Honda Prelude owners. The air sensor had a large amount of carbon build up, causing it to rev up unexpectedly and consume more gas than it should. The muffler had at least one hole in it, so it was much louder than it should have been. On the roof and doors of the car, the paint had begun to peel very badly - I think from prolonged exposure to UV r... (more)
Story
I didn't really have any fun or memorable stories to share. I just drove it to work and home every day.
Pros
It had a sunroof, which was kind of nice. It also had power doors and windows. The car lasted much longer than I thought it would, despite the fact that it was not maintained at all. It had great gas mileage and was easy to maneuver and park due to it's small size.
Cons
Its sensors were prone to failure, so that contributed to the failure of the engine quicker than it should fail. It caused the fuel consumption to be higher than normal and the engine to rev up too high and caused the driving quality to be pretty low. It required a lot of maintenance that I wasn't able to keep up with, but had I been able to maintain it, it would have been a good little car. The coolant system was prone to leakages too and the A/C system quit working entirely.

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