I'm trying to find a new home for my 20 year old car with 230K miles. I love this car and wish I could buy a new one. Mine really is succumbing to the hard life in New England and I think I just have to let it go to the great racetrack in the sky.
Fabulous pick-up; actual MPG for me is closer to 30 with premium fuel; manual transmission has great feel - original clutch lasted until 225K. Love the moonroof too
Cup holders; height adjustable seat belts for short people; new design of power antenna; trunk seal.
I read some of these reviews had to add mine. Had an '88 Integra LS and it was like a tank. Was broadsided by a semi on I-40 in an ice storm. Drove it from AR to KY for the holidays and then down to AL where I relocated. Finally had it fixed. Best car I ever had and only sold it at 137000 miles because 2d child arrived. Too much to pack 2 kids and an 80 lb dog for the trips to see the grandparents. Now I'm looking for another for those kids as they start to drive.
Without doubt, the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. After 150,000 miles, the oil sending unit broke and at 160,000 the master cylinder needed replacement. That is all I have put into this car beyond normal maintenance.
I've got 176000 miles on my Integra LS. It has been a great car. Of course I've "made it my own" by adding all of the bolt on tuner parts. I beat on this car everyday and never have a problem with it. It starts everytime and runs great. Plus, it's fun to beat a new Civic with my "old" Integra.
NO CUP HOLDERS= NO DRINKS IN CAR! (less chance for someone to spill something)
For a 1990 the Integra has pretty much everything you could expect. Of course now we have ABS and airbags etc. but back then these items weren't as readily available on cars.
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