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Old 03 Mar 2012, 06:46 pm
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Default How long do Honda Preludes last?

I own a Honda Prelude 1997. It has done 208,000 K's, recently got it serviced and needed to replace the timing belt, other then that its in good condition. it's also had a gear box condition. just wondering how long I'll get out of this car?
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Old 03 Mar 2012, 07:31 pm
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300,000 on a good day, but remember its only 2.2ltr. VTEC preludes need good oil and every 5,000km if u can.
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