PricesThere were three "trim levels," or feature packages, available for the 1991 Honda Prelude: the 2.0 Si, the Si and the 4WS. The Kelley Blue Book prices, or current values, of these models are $1,900 to $1,975, $1,975 to $2,150, and $2,025 to $2,125, respectively, as of 2010. When they were first released, the 2.0 Si sold for $15,195; the Si sold for $17,445; and the 4WS sold for $18,750.
EngineThe standard engine for the 2.0 Si displaces 2.0 liters, meaning it has a volume of 2 liters. It has 135 horsepower and 125 ft.-lbs. of torque. Horsepower is a measurement of power that equals approximately 750 watts. Torque is a measurement of the force need to rotate an object.
For the Si and the 4WS models, the standard engine displaces 2.1 liters, and it has 140 horsepower and 133 ft.-lbs. of torque. The standard transmission was a 5-speed manual, but you could opt for a 4-speed automatic.