Have had my Honda Acura (Integra), manual, for more than 6 years, 125000km (total on the clock 176000km), no problem so far, just basic maintenance - breaks, cam belt, clutch, belts, antifreeze. The engine is like a new one and I have the feeling that will last for ever. This is a model more than 14 years old and it still looks good. I have full confidence in the car. Probably I will try to buy Honda again one day if I am looking for another car. The greatest car I've ever had.
Good engine, reliability, excellent handling, good interior & exterior, good gear box and clutch.
A bit more power (my engine is 1.6) - on the motorway it is OK, just for ecceleration and when climbing hils, the seats could be more comfortable.
I have a 1991 Acura Integra with 190,000 miles. I teach Drivers Education in it. I have put on 40k a year and have not had to do anything but replace three window motors. (same window) Other than that, I could not recommend this car enough. I am in the market for another one.
My '91 Integra LS 5 speed manual
transmission with A/C has been a great
car. Nothing really bad about it.
Maintained well at dealership. Rear
breaks changed at 53,000 & front breaks
changed at 102,000 miles. Clutch &
motor mounts being changed at 120,000.
I like this model better than the new
models. It seems to be more solid.
Engine & Transmission are great & the
engine just keeps on going.
Maybe a little more horsepower but what
it came with is more than ample for
around town & good for the highway.