My Integra GS-R is a rare Aztec Green 1992 model. It is absolutely bulletproof. Aside from regular maintenance and tires, it has never needed extra service. It is a joy to drive, especially past gas stations. I get almost 27 mpg. It carves up curves as well as the day it came home from the dealer. And you can't adequately put into words the sheer joy from seeing young men pressing their faces against the windows of passing cars to get a longer look at a true dream car. People stop me almost weekly, intently asking, "Do you want to sell?" Well, maybe, if the price is really right. See, I know what I have in my garage and I think I'll keep it.
Simplicity and efficiency of design. Easy shifting, quick acceleration, minimal controls to worry about, great visibility, the sunroof, and more and more.
I've had this vehicle now since Dec. 1992 and no problems whatsoever. 225K and still on original engine and transmission. Even radiator is OEM. Only thing needed to change was pass. window motor, clutch at 175K, muffler at 190K. I lose about 1/2 qt. of oil per 4000K oil change. Have used synthetic since new.
Zippy engine, short throw transmission, still nice styling, hatchback, 30 mpg
Radio was placed too low, more sound isolation, a 6th gear (70 mph at 3900 rpm just too much) would improve sound and mpg.
This car has better performance than
most cars currently competing in it's
market and it was manufactured in 92.
Some very cheap upgrades and you have
a car that better than anything in
it's market, even 10 years later.
Comfortable well built and well
thought out vehicle.
There should be almost no difference
from the JDM HO model and the american
model. Instead Acura uses their own
parts instead of aftermarket parts
(like JDM cars)