by Chris on Nov 11, 2008 Vehicle: 1990 Acura Integra RS 2dr Hatchback
With no A/C, a failed power seatbelt and shorting panel lights, I blew a hole in a good engine by ignoring a blinking oil lamp after 235,000 and 18 years. Sure I had drink stains from door-mounted cup holders, could never see the low fuel light in the sun, and - gee - just replaced the master cylinder this year and the 'gasket last. I'd bought my first car brand new after college, and she treated me far better than any chick in SoCal ever did. Got better mileage of late than the Cobalt I just rented. Thank you, Acura.
by worthit on May 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Acura Integra RS 2dr Hatchback
My wife bought the Integra before we
were married.I took over the Integra
and it's been nothing but fun. I
replaced distributer and plugs/wires.
Had new alternator and battery
installed. It runs great. Only real
problem is every once in a while it
won't start right away on hot days.
Took it to several mech. who say they
can't find the problem. Well worth the
money considering engine will last well
by Psycobob on Mar 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Acura Integra RS 2dr Hatchback
Awesome car. Its a '90 RS automatic,
and it has over 425,000 miles on it.
Still kickin. Started smoking a little
at startup this winter, but with warmer
weather that has gone away. Fun do
drive and cheap to maintain. I have had
to do very little to keep this car
running. If you are looking at getting
an integra, you wont be disappointed.
by jim beam on Dec 5, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Acura Integra RS 2dr Hatchback
this car has been unbelievably reliable and
worry frre; engine and transmission have no
problems thus far for 100,000+ miles!
handles well, convenient interior, nice
the hatchback is great for all loading/
working needs; however it would be nice not
to have the ''lip'' to lift thgings over and
instead have a flat ''slide out '' for stuff when
taking stuff out of the hatch.
over all this isd a GREAT car for the money--
i hope to have it for another 200,000 miles,
as it has beern touted in consumer reports...
The Integra is redesigned. The five-door hatchback is replaced by a sedan and a two-door hatchback continues. Horsepower and torque figures are up for this entry-level Acura, but so is weight. Suspension upgrades improve handling.