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1998 Acura Integra Pictures

 
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1997 Acura Integra 2 Dr LS Hatchback 1995 Acura Integra 2 Dr GS-R Hatchback 1997 Acura Integra 4 Dr GS-R Sedan 1999 Acura Integra 2 Dr LS Hatchback 1999 Acura Integra 4 Dr LS Sedan Shown 1995 Acura Integra 2 Dr Special Edition Hatchback 1998 Acura Integra 2 Dr GS-R Hatchback 1995 Acura Integra 4 Dr Special Edition Sedan 2000 Acura Integra 2 Dr GS Hatchback The Integra Type R's tires are modest in size but super sticky. It's the essential element in giving the car such a light, fling-tastic feel. Separate headlight elements like those on the Integra Type R are rare now that most cars use plastic buckets at their front corners with integrated head- and signal lights. There's more wear around the Integra Type R's chrome exhaust tip than any place else on the car. The Type R's engine runs counterclockwise and is positioned to the left in its engine bay. Essentially it's a mirror image of the Civic Si's engine bay. How much is a near-perfect 1998 Acura Integra Type R with just over 5,500 miles on its clock worth? Let's start at $25K and work up from there. In the '90s grille-less designs like the Integra were popular. It's probably the single most dated element of the Type-R's styling. This is a shape that's now closing in on classic. Compared to today's cars the Integra looks almost delicate. Compared to today's over-tired beasts, the old Integra Type R looks as if it's running on roller-skate wheels. It's hard to think of the Civic Si as a behemoth, but compared to the old Integra that's exactly what it is. One is a 1998 and the other is a 2009. Let's compromise and get a 2004 RSX Type-S! Nah... One of these cars is an excellent commuter and solid performer. The other is a high-performance classic. Integra Type R vs. Civic Si The Integra Type R is a natural on any racetrack. The Civic Si is a nice street car that can romp on a racetrack when asked, too. It's the difference between a thoroughbred and a pleasure horse. Off the line, neither of these cars offers much in the way of initial punch. But the lighter weight of the Integra eventually pays off in better straight-line performance.
 
1998 Acura Integra