1997 Honda Prelude Overviews

1997 Honda Prelude was introduced on November 7, 1996 as the fifth generation that retained a FF layout with 63/37 weight distribution and front suspension independently. Most of the fifth-generation of Honda Preludes came with aluminum alloy wheels in 16-inch (410 mm). Along with the all-season tires 205/50 R16 87V. The JDM Si trims and 2.0i came with 195/60 R15 88H. And the JDM Xi came with 14″ wheels made of steel. Unlike Preludes on the US market, JDM Preludes had rear wind screen wipers. Well, it was an exception for the Xi.

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The most Prelude models featured front brakes in the 11.1″ that the ’96 VTEC was with the same model when it came. Most Honda Preludes also received a five-lug hub including the 1997 Honda Prelude as opposed to hub of older models with four-lug wheel.

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The fifth-generation of 1997 Honda Prelude marked a return to the more square body style just like its third generation (1988-1991. It was in an attempt to curb the slumping fourth-generation body style sales. All trim packages and models stayed within the BB-chassis code (BB5-BB9) and housed either an H-series or F-Series engine. The 1997 Prelude reliability is good feature that makes it very attractive to Honda Lovers. You can check on the web to get some more reviews about this reliable ride.

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