I bought my '97 Acura Integra Hatchback (150k miles) used last year (2010) from a young woman who owned the car.
Nothing was modified on the car.. it was just as it was from the factory.
I've never owned an Acura before and I am VERY impressed with this car.
I was very skeptical of buying a used car, especially one that was 13 years old.
My previous car was a Grand Cherokee Jeep - pile of crap.
At 150k miles, it was falling apart and needed major work and only got 15mpg on a good day.
My Acura has been an adjustment due to how small it is, but for commuting back and forth to work and trips around town, I couldn't be happier with the gas mileage (30 city - and it's 13 years old!)
Gas Mileage (30 city / 40 hwy) Dependability, great cornering, sunroof, peppy engine, easy to work on.
Cup holder is in the wrong place, but that's such a minor problem compared to other cars I've owned.
Round headlights give it a "froggy" look but I've owned VW bugs in the past and I think it's cute.
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