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Old 22 Dec 2009, 11:46 pm
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Default Is a prelude better then a civic and a accord?

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Old 23 Dec 2009, 12:01 am
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civics are cheap wannabe tuner garbage, accord is ight but the prelude is def the best, looks and powerwise
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Old 23 Dec 2009, 12:16 am
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Better in what way ? Better looking ,,,,maybe. Carry more passengers...nope Same Honda quality
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Old 23 Dec 2009, 12:31 am
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The prelude is no longer in production. However, the Civic and Accord are. If you are looking for a sports car, the current Civic SI is a 197HP high rpm high performance version of the civic and is very fast. The current Accord comes in a 2 door version with a high output V6 which is also very fast. Used Preludes with the H22 and H23 motors were also high performance cars but most have been raced or otherwise abused so be careful if considering buying one.
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Old 23 Dec 2009, 12:46 am
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Prelude is supposed to be better than a comparable civic or accord.































Prelude is no longer in production and somewhat rare.
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Old 23 Dec 2009, 01:01 am
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Prelude is just the "fancier" result of a Civic and Accord combined. Nice while it lasted, but just wasn't as popular as Civic's and Accord's.































As far as which of the 3 is better, it's all personal preference and how you plan to use the car.
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Old 23 Dec 2009, 01:16 am
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does it count if one of my civics has a prelude motor in it?































i like the power output the lude had, plus it was probably the sportiest looking model honda had (leaving acura out of the question, even thought there one in the same) before the introduction of the s2000. they handled fairly well, interior had the luxurious feeling of an accord. but due to declining sales honda yanked it from production, as far as finding one thats used and in really good condition.....its becoming harder and harder.































but yes it is better than a civic or accord
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