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Old 14 Sep 2007, 09:18 am
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Default How much shall I sell my 1997 Honda Prelude 2.0i, with only 56k on it?

It's got 17" alloys, AC,black and tinted windows, and is a coupe.
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Look it up at kellybluebook.com
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 09:36 am
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$7000 - $7500?
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 09:40 am
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MOT ? £1500-2000 . The tinted windows may be a turn off though.
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There are two good sources to get a price, use kbb.com or autotrader. They can give you a price on what its worth.
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For that vintage, I think you would be getting about thirty bob(£1-50) and a green apple.
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look it up on kelly blue book, if you go to trade it in the dealer is going to give you what they call black book and its value is considerably less than blue book
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 09:54 am
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my brother has a 99 prelude and he got it for 9 g so i'm guessing you should sell it for 8 or 9 g
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You could probably sell it for $4,500 and find a buyer quickly. That car is in high demand for the import tuner market so finding a buyer should be very easy, and you may even find yourself getting more money for it.
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Old 14 Sep 2007, 10:08 am
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5th gen Preludes didnt come as 2.0, at least not in the states and Japan they didnt. They came with 2.2L H22a's. The Prelude is becoming a very rare and sought after car. If it wasn't for the K20 civic owners would still be dropping H22 in their cars.Even though your's is close to 10 years old, I've seen 5th gens sell for as much as $17k USD. And those have close to 100K miles. But that is around my part of the country, of course that'll vary depending on where you live.A Prelude with mileage that low, and depending whether its an auto or 5spd, body condition, and location could go for $10-11k USD. Put the stock rims back on, and sell the 17s separately.Edit- You have a F20A...probably not worth as much as a 2.2 VTIJust check the European version of KBB.com, This will at least help you start on a price.
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