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1993 Acura Integra - Consumer Discussions

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I have owned my '90 Integra LS, Hatchback, 5spd, for 8 months now and put about 19k miles on it. Damn I love this car! The styling of the 2nd generation Integras (1990 to 1993) is bolder and better ...

1987 Integra LS (1987-1991)...

So my point was that making sacrifices in things like styling (homogenizing the line) when you don't have a classic reputation like many of the Europeans (or Lexus which is a great name for a luxury c...

im having a problem with my acura integra, when park the car and put it into park , the P light wont light up on the dash board saying that it is in park, so because of that i cant take out the key f...

i need some advice,,, my neighbor is moving back to california and he cannot take his 1993 integra with him,,,, ist been sitting in the parking lot for about 2-3 months. i want to buy it from him,, he...

"In 1993, you could spend $19K on an Integra GS-R and get the same level of performance the TSX offers."...

The 1990-1993 Integra has a nasty interior compared to my model, the 1994-2001 generation, but the exterior is the epitome of wedge-design, as good as the Probe, Prelude, 240SX, and SVX....

We bought the Integra new in 1993 and have done routine maintenance ever since. Last december the front brakes were replaced and the rotors turned. That is the extent of our issues. Acura is often ref...

Honda/Acura: last generation Integra was cool looking. The last generation Accord Coupe was cool looking. The new TL and TSX are pretty good looking vehicles. I thought maybe the 1992-1996 Prelude was...

I am just chiming in for the first time here. I have an '04 Saab 93 currently, which I am thinking of trading for the RDX. The only issue is, I love the turbo on my 4 cylinder 210 hp 93, with super ...

Another point - when that lustworthy Legend GS 6-speed was being sold at $41k in 1994, Acura had a $15-18k Integra, and the non-event $25k Vigor. Period. Very little overlap. As of last year the li...
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