Honda Models

Honda’s Civic and Accord have been staples for their inventory throughout the ’80s, ’90s and today. See pictures and learn about the specs, features and history of Honda cars.

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1983-1987 Honda Prelude

The 1983-1987 Honda Prelude was bigger better and sportier than the first generation. A new suspension helped make the Prelude one of the best handling front-drivers available at the time. Get details and specifications for the Prelude and Si.

1988-1991 Honda Prelude

The 1988-1991 Honda Prelude was the first car to offer revolutionary four-wheel-steering. A 2.1-liter 140-horsepower engine was added in 1990; extra power was needed as the Prelude was gaining weight with each redesign. Get details on this dependable Honda classic.

1992-1995 Honda Prelude

The 1992-1995 Honda Prelude had agile handling and brisk acceleration. It looked different from the previous model but performed nearly the same. Get the specifications on this smooth-running Prelude with Honda VTEC engine.

1984-1987 Honda Civic CRX

The Honda Civic CRX was Motor Trend's 1984 Import of the Year and it's an affordable collectible today. The CRX established the long hood/stubby deck look that defined Civic coupes for a decade. Learn all about the 1984-1987 Civic CRX.

How the Honda Accord Works

The Honda Accord was introduced to the U.S. market in the 1977 model year and quickly became a hit with consumers. Find out why and get detailed information about the Honda Accord in every model year.