1984 Honda Prelude Overview

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1984 Honda Prelude Overview

The 1984 Honda Prelude got rear disc breaks to match the front, but other than that, the sporty coupe stayed mostly the same from the previous year, when it was totally redesigned.

The 1984 Honda Prelude had a 100-horsepower, 1.8-liter four cylinder engine, which was quite respectable in those days. The 1983 Honda Prelude came in one trim level and had the option of a five-speed manual transmission or a three-speed automatic. Though it was billed as a four-seater, the back seat was suited for children only.

Drivers were still very enthusiastic about the 1984 Honda Prelude in its second year of its second generation. Drivers said it was designed well inside and out, with a high-tech suspension that made it fun to drive. Some drivers, especially those who are still driving their Preludes today, say the engine could use more power.

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