2018 Dodge Challenger R/T. It’s a good thing the engine sings so well, because if your UConnect is as unresponsive as this one’s was you won’t be listening to music. Otherwise, it’s a fun car to drive.
It all starts with a dream!
I see so many youngsters “drug addict” moreover they have no purpose no aim in life and this is the point where drugs/alcohol take over! It takes the abilities you have! The ability to believe in yourself!
No one believed in me but i did! I let success make the noise 👌
I got quite excited when I saw this 90s sports car: a 2000 Honda Prelude. The Honda Prelude competed with other sports cars such as the Nissan Silvia, Toyota Celica, and yes, Mitsubishi Eclipse! The layout for this generation Prelude was the FF layout, and this generation was produced from 1997-2001, soon eventually being discontinued. The engine on the Honda Prelude is a 2.2L 4 Cylinder, delivering 22 city; 27 highway for miles per gallon. For transmission options, you could get a 4-speed automatic, or a 5 speed manual. On the rear of the car, you can see a ‘VTEC’ badge, which was a Honda innovational system that was first used on the NSX quite some time ago. The VTEC system allowed higher performance at higher revs but didn’t consume a lot of gasoline at low revs.
In my opinion, the Prelude is a bit bland compared to its competitors like the Toyota Celica. For wheels, 16 inch allots we’re equipped on most preludes of that time, except these ones are blacked out, which look pretty aggressive! An interesting HID (I believe) headlight design is present on the front fascia accompanied by a small “Prelude” badge on the slim grille. I’ve heard many good things about this car, but it really all depends whether you like a Honda badge on your car, specifically, a sports car. #curbsidecuriosities#car#carspotting#carspotter#honda#prelude#preludecar#hondaprelude#sportscar#japanesecar#japanesesportscar#hondalife#coupe#twodoor#2door#blackedoutwheels#spoiler#hondacoupe#5thgen#90s#00s#2000#2000honda#fastcar#japaneseimport#vehicle#vtec#hidheadlights#90ssportscar#boringcars