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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.