by butch on Dec 27, 2009 Vehicle: 1998 Acura Integra GS-R 4dr Sedan
Vehicle: 1998 GSR 4dr. Color cypress green. I purchased the car in March of 1998, and have enjoyed almost every thing about it, no problems at all. The only improvement it 'needs' is a 6 speed transmission. Highway driving gets tiresome at 70-75 mph. Leave ratios 1-5 alone and drop in an overdrive 6th. Drop rpm down about 300 to 500.
by Fish Girl on Apr 18, 2005 Vehicle: 1998 Acura Integra LS 4dr Sedan
This is a great car! I am writing this review now because if you're looking to buy a used car, I feel the Intergra would be a smart choice. I've had the car for seven years and absolutely nothing has gone wrong! I get the oil changed every 7k and follow the recommended maintainence, and that's it. The car still runs beautifully and still gets about 26 mpg in the city and 31 on the highway. I take this car camping, across country and just to work - it never disappoints and still looks stylish on the road after 7 years.
by ANJY on Apr 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1998 Acura Integra LS 4dr Sedan
Though the Integra was an
exceptionally reliable vehicle, its
got some minor electric problems in
components such as basic lock
functions and A/C functions. CD player
tends to die before its time due to
harsh ride on player balancers.
by Kinnlash on Jan 23, 2003 Vehicle: 1998 Acura Integra GS-R 4dr Sedan
Precise in so many ways, and that vtec
8100 redline make this one of the most
fun cars I have driven. Four doors
and dull green paint give this car the
sleeper look. I defy anyone who likes
to drive to take this up to the
redline without grinning from ear to
ear. Sure there are the old style
muscle cars, but the pure joy of
feeling the power come on between 5
and 8k rpm is something to behold,
Especially with the roof open on a
sunny day. Small size and loud exhaust
whine when revving only add to the
intensity of the experience.
by Acura Boy on Jun 20, 2002 Vehicle: 1998 Acura Integra LS 4dr Sedan
This is my 2nd Integra (I also owned
a '95 2 door LS hatch), and this is
simply the best bargain of a vehicle
ever. Nothing --- NOTHING --- has ever
gone wrong with either of my Integras.
While "only" 140 horses, Honda gives
you a nice high-revving engine, that
even after 4 years remains
exhilirating. My only regret is that I
didn't spring for a GS-R and get those
30 extra horses, but hey, I had to make
a compromise with my wife...
A revised front end, designed for a more aerodynamic approach, is added this year. LS, GS and GS-R models get a little more comfortable with a tilt- and height-adjustable driver seat and new alloy wheels appear on the LS and GS-R. The performance-edition Type-R is available again this year.