National Geographic : 1979 Apr
front-wheel drive, rack and pinion steering, 1751cc (Vc( engine and drive train and you have one of the most nimble Hondas we've ever made. But here's the fun part. The Prelude is delivered with our version ofa "moonroof?" It's really a power-operated tinted-glass sunroof. Then we've rethought the speedometer-tachometer and put them on the same axis. So both are larger and easier to read. The 4\i/F-1 stereo radio (standard) is located closer to the driver so you select a station with the same ease you select a gear. Honda's s-speed stick shift is standard. our manually-selected 2-speed Hondamatic is optional. Now the best part. Stop holding your breath, it's all at a Honda price. We invite you to step inside a Honda Prelude. Once you get in, you may never want to get out. And isn't that really what a sports car should be? \e make it simple.