Performance - 3
This is the weakest aspect to me, of course this is just the RS, but it's slow.
It handles great, I love taking corners with it. It's FWD, so if that's your thing then you will love it.
Comfort - 4
The chair's are nice but not great, driving for more than an hour gets uncomfortable.. The cup holders are pretty small.
Value - 5
This car has so much going for it, and the price is excellent.
Awesome car, but just slightly too slow, and spongy.
Interior - 5
Mine is black and blue.. it's immaculate.
Exterior - 5
The design is still excellent and eye catching.
Build - 4
140k miles and still holding together very well.
140k miles and nothing is wrong.
I love the way the car looks, both inside and out.
Honda's have a way of being reliable, and so far, this car has done nothing unexpected.
I took this car to a drift trick and tested it around their track. The body roll is pretty noticeable and you can feel it push on the tires causing a loss of traction.. But it drives fantastic, it carves through corners and does really well for a FWD.
It's lightweight and it's easy to tell, I feel like my car has more agility than most on the road.
The steering feels solid.
30MPG has been saving me so much money.
It has 4 seats.
The engine is Honda and just makes sense, nothing about it is questionable in design for it's time... Except the ABS
ABS is crap, and mine is broken and will stay forever broken as I have no desire to fix it.
The cup holders could be bigger.
It could be RWD. lol
The 14' rims just look too small. Upgrading to 16's
That's it.. that's all that really bugs me.. This car is great on many levels.
I've owned the Integra for 8 1/2 years. It has about 108,000 miles on it. It's fun to drive, has very little maintenance cost, and responds very quickly. The seat belts respond too quickly, pinning me to the seat when I move rapidly. The only mechanical problem that I find to be a weakness is that I had to replace the radiator after 84,000 miles.
Immediate response to steering and engine.
Replace the seat belt system with one that will allow me to reach over to the glove compartment without locking up to pin me to the seatback.
I purchased this car with approximately 60,000 miles. The car now has nearly 100,000 miles and I have never encountered any problems. I drive the car with spirit and it never lets me down. Combining decent fuel economy, fantastic reliability, and true enjoyent while driving, this car will always be one of my favorites. (Go with the 5-speed to achieve the most power.)
Smooth transmission, engine that never complains, overall reliability
I bought my car, used, about six months ago.
Coming from an '86 Toyota Celica, I feel
absolutely spoiled in my Integra. The ride is
smooth, the fuel economy fantastic, and
even at 8 years old, the car is slick. I love
the 32 mpg with all the driving I do, and the
reliability keeps maintenance down to a
minimum. Now, if I drive another car, I can
really feel the difference-- I miss the get- up-
and- go and quick turns I've become
acustomed to in my car. I'll definitely stay
with the Acuras!
Lots of trunk space, fuel economy, dressed
up easily (tinted windows and a decent
sound system make it like new), quick
response on the pedal and nice
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