Honda produced the popular Prelude from 1978-2001. Glamorous and dynamic, Preludes continue to be a popular used car. It’s major competitior was the Toyota Celica.
The first generation of the Prelude was based on the first generation of the Honda Civic. The four wheel independent struts, brakes and floorpans were all borrowed from the second generation Civic. In 1990 many interior and exterior Prelude parts were changed. The front bumper on the 1990 Prelude was changed to feature clear indicators and park lamps that no longer wrapped around the corners of the bumper. Interior revised parts included the dash bezel, the door handle, steering wheel shape and window switches.
Buying a used car can save you money. Especially if you know how to do minor repairs or have a local mechanic that you can turn to. Honda parts last for a long time. When they need to be replaced, you can also save money by purchasing Honda used parts.
You do not have to be a rocket scientist or know how to rebuild a Prelude engine in order to know how to replace a window mirror, rear view mirror, bumper, door panel, truck latch, trunk lock, door latch, or many other Prelude auto parts. Simple parts like Predule fog lights can be changed easily. Used auto parts are less expensive than new parts and a mechanic should be willing to install them for labor only price. Mechanics will charge a higher cost if they purchase the car part themselves.
All Import Used Auto Parts has a large inventory of Honda used parts. Their no hassel return policy makes shopping for parts that much easier. When your Honda Prelude is in need of car repair, skip the dealership and go online to find the part you need. All Import will even ship the used part directly to you. Shopping for car parts has never been easier.