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    Good number of Kms?

    I am looking to buy a 2007 Prelude as my first car for my learners.
    I found as decent looking one for $1,500, but it has 247,000 kms and is an Auto

    I have heard auto is one of the worst things Honda did to the Preludes, and what is an acceptable kms before things start to break and the car starts costing money?

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    PA Janitor Bob's Avatar
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    How far can you really go wrong at $1500. If it works....you are winning. If it breaks. Throw it away.

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    Regular Member m00`'s Avatar
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    2007 Honda Prelude! What a find!
    "You don't feel the speed, in a way. You just don't feel the speed. The car is so stable and so comfortable.. unless you look at the speed gauge you don't realise you're going that fast. This is a good compromise between the sporting side and the comfort side. As I said, I think it is a super, super car." - Ayrton Senna

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    247,000 kms is fine if the engine and gearbox check out. Don't worry too much about the kms, get a knowledgable friend to help you look at it.

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