Bought the GS-R new trading in a 9 year
old 3 series BMW. The GS-R has not
held up as well as the BMW and does not
handle/drive as well as a 9 year old
BMW. Don't get me wrong, this is a
great car if you want a Civic on
steriods with leather. It is noisy at
highway speed, uncomfortable on long
trips, but a blast around town on short
9000 rev limit, transmission, large
Seats, noise, cupholders, stereo is
weak, build quality (rattles like a
Reliable, fun, and relaxed. It's a
great car and my fondness for it has
only increased as i've reacked up
mileage on the odometer.
Ease of controls and operation, solid
build quality. security of knowing
that it's a well though out and
executed product....why would they have
sold this specific model design for
like 7 or 8 years without a change, if
they hadn't gotten the recipe right?
This is a great vehicle for people
under 5'10". Whenever I wear a
baseball cap, the cap keeps hitting the
sun visor. The radio is to far of a
reach to change the channel
comfortably. After a couple of years
the antenna does not go up and down.
My friend has a 1994 Integra which
looks identical to mine and his antenna
did the same thing. The integra is
reliable, quick, fun in the turns but
under powered @ 140 hp with an
Performance in the turns.
More hp, lower seat or higher ceiling,
and better location of radio.
This is the 2nd Integra LS coupe I've owned and it is what you'd expect from Acura/Honda. Very reliable, conservatively styled, and underpowered. If you can find one that has never been molested, then you've found a needle in a hay stack. Although it has been discontinued, the RSX has taken its place with a more liberal approach.
Reliable, Fun to drive, decent interior/exterior styling, 25+ mpg in city on cheap gas.
Cup Holders!, more liberal styling (achieved by the RSX), higher 5th gear (very loud on highway trips). One con to this vehicle is it is popular for modification and theft. Finding a factory stock Integra is unheard of.
A great fun car. After three years, I
still like the peppy response and
solid control. I often take this for
granted (and realize what it offers
when I have to drive a rental/friend's
car). Totally reliable, this is the
car I'd want to be driving on a lonely
Peppy response, Excellent Control
This is not a car if you're looking
for comfort. The low profile gives
great control but is not very
comfortable. It's fine for short
drives, but if you commute 100 miles a
day, it can get tiresome after a few
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