I drive this car on the highway mostly and get 33mpg. If I drive in the city I get 29mpg. I think Edmunds underrated this cars fuel economy, I consistently get higher miles per gallon and have the automatic transmission. Of course I don't beat up on it so this is probably why. This car is fun to drive, and handles well. I don't have to brake for turns which helps get great gas mileage.
extremely reliable and gets great gas mileage. I got the car from my sister. She bought it with 32,000 miles and I now have 133,000 miles on it. During this time period it has only been maintnance items. Never left us stranded.
A wire to the starter worked its self loose once, but it took 5 seconds to plug back in. No big deal, not even worth mentioning but I cant think of anything bad to say about this car.
This '97 Integra GS-R V-tech, purchased new, has performed beyond the call of duty with only routine maintenance. After 10 years all systems, 5-speed transmission, engine + components, shocks, electricals are still working smoothly. Never in the shop except for state inspection and routine oil change, tire installation, etc. I'm continually amazed it uses virtually no oil. Though it doesn't look like a sports car, it acts like one, with excellent acceleration (especially when the v-tech kicks in) with quick-response precise handling and excellent match of transmission + engine. The high-quality paint still looks rich. Nothing in the interior or on exterior has ever broken. A tight, fun car!
If you are looking for an extremely
reliable sedan, look no further than
this car. I've owned my car for 4 years
& have never had to service it other
than normal maintenance & new tires.
This car is fun to drive and is fairly
quiet on the highway (when the sunroof
is closed) Open the sunroof & it's a
differant story. Other than that I
give this car Highest Ratings!!!
Leather seats, moonroof, CD Player, the
large trunk, folding backseats, tilt
steering wheel, childproof locks & CD
Change design of middle armrest
Move location of cupholders in front
Moonroof has some issues!Driving on the
highway w/the moonroof open can be VERY
I have only had this car for a year, but I have to say, with the exception of minor things like changing my brakes and the moonroof drainage tube popping loose and feeding water into my passengers floor (I paid 40 dollars to fix), I love the car. It's strong, reliable, and has a unique design which lets people know what kind of car it is, but not year. All in all, a strong car with equally strong features.
Favorites would have to be the sound system, which for a factory is incredible. And its size is great for NYC parking.
Cup holders, and the headrest only has 2 settings, either all the way down or up.
I've owned an integra GSR for 3 years
now and have had no mechanical
problems at all.
With the reliability issue
established, i can say this is an
exciting performance car. If you're
looking for a practical, yet exciting
sedan with a 5speed, look no further.
Transmission. The stick shift has a
short throw and never gets tiring.
Engine. low rpm's, the acceleration
is very average. Once this gets above
4k, the car can really take off.
Design. Instrumentation is clean and
easy to use.
Back seat. This folds down but only
completely -- a 60/40 split, or a pass-
through for skis would be convenient
and easy too add.
Cupholders. a tad on the small side
and placement a little awkward.
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