NEVER had a problem with this car
except for headlights needing
replacing. Still on original
engine...sad to let it go but my 91 yr
mom has trouble getting in and out of
it and my one daughter can't drive
What a dream of a car!
I had the '90 GS Sedan and never let me
down. The car handled and cornered like
it was on rails (I did upgrade the
wheels to 16's and had low-pro tires).
The engine is adequate for city
driving, but needs to be revved past
5500 rpms to get any kind of power (0-
60 is about 8.5 seconds). SO A 5-SPD IS
A MUST! Do not get an AUTO! The cabin
is very nicely done and isn't too fancy
or dated looking. I recommend the '90-
'93 Integra if you want a car with good
looks, good driving characteristics and
Easy to maneauver and handle. Fuel
economy is good, 27-31 avg. The GS is
nicer, so go for that one if your
wallet allows you to. Reliability is
the same as all other Hondas-almost
It helps to fix and maintain the car
yourself (dealers/mechanics overcharge
you just because it has that "A" logo
on the hood. The '90 GS Sedan (not sure
about the '91-'93s) did not come with a
sunroof....bummer, dude. No airbags
until the redesigned '94, either.
After driving GM products and never
pasting a gas station it is great to be
in a car that is fast and good on gas.
I had this car doing 120 mph @ 6500
rpm's and it was doing great. The part
cost a little more then GM but that'S
what you pay for (quality) when you pay
Sunroof with shade guard, 1.8 inline 4
cyl, my 5 spoke Eagle Alloys and the
fact that I can take any GM 4 cyl off
A 1977 ford maverick with a 302
(my first car) is a hard car to follow,
but the integra somehow did it (hehe).
this is car that'll hit 200k easy with
MAKE SURE YOU CHECK AND REPLACE TIMING
BELT! if it breaks on you yer SOL.
CV joints and exhaust should also be
great performance from a 4 banger.good
mileage, nice looks if you take care of
it. waxing(even brand new)grand am's
with no aftermarkets at all.
everything i would complain about has
been fixed in the RSX. if you have a
90 tho,keep checking timin belt, cv
joint, exhaust, in that order