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Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 36 reviews
1998 Honda Prelude Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 36 reviews
The only difference between the 1998 Honda Prelude and the 1997 one is Honda added one new color. But that's okay. It's still a "techno-titan" of a car, as some reviewers have called it.
The rigid body remains unchanged, but that too is good since it helps the ride and makes handling the car pretty easy. The 2.2-liter, dohc, 16-valve VTEC aluminum four-cylinder engine gives up to 195 horsepower, almost worthy of the Autobahn - especially in the lower gears when the power really cranks.
Drivers praise the car's handling and responsiveness, and love how it gets onto the highway. Most complain that the back seat is way too small and some say the noise is irritating.
What's your take on the 1998 Honda Prelude?
Honda Prelude Questions
What Does It Mean When The Speedometer Stops Working And Car Is Still Runni...
I have a 1998 Honda Prelude vtech. I the middle of driving the speedometer went to zero and check engine light came on. Car still starts and runs but speedometer doesn't.
98 Prelude Clutch Broken Or Transmission?
Hi I have a 98 semi automatic prelude but I drive it mostly in auto. When I reach the gears for 1st and 2nd gear the car jerks back. As soon as I stop, it starts all over again. I replaced the tr...
1998 Honda Prelude. Not Start After Colum Replacment
i bought i used 1998 honda prelude that someone had attempted to steal. the ignition was obviously damaged around the emobilzer ring. new from the dealer was $500 but a whole used colum was cheap so t...
Why Is My Car Redlining So Early
I have a 98 prelude which is a vtech. It usually redlines at 8000 rpms and usually hits vtech at 5500 rpms. All of a sudden it redlines at 6500 and there is no vtech, can anyone please help me out?