Even though this car has nice
suspension, which shows in handling, I
feel every little bump on the freeway
even on the smoothest surface. The
seats do not help since they are as
hard as a rock. It's a fun to drive
car, but the comfort level is this car
is very low. Going to trade this in
and get the new 2003 Accord Coupe.
Interior looks futuristic
Armrest is badly needed. The integras
had armrests. Make HIDs available.
This car is awesome. What caught my
attention was the styling. The
exterior is so sleek, and the interior
design is very classy. The dash glows
red at night which is so different than
other vehicles. Performance is decent,
0-60 in 6.7 and 1/4 mile in 15.5. It
gets a few looks everytime I go out.
I'm definitely not regretting this
Awesome dash, great seats with plenty
of support. Cool little tray/cupholder
The backseat could use a bit more room,
no center console, an HID headlight
option would've been nice.
The 2002 replaced an 89 Integra which had 171,000 miles. It is an overall
excellent car - but - somewhere, somehow it has lost the little edge that the
Intrgra had. It just isnt as fun to drive. I have a Base and use it to commute
to work 42 miles a day. The engine is peppy enough. Handling is fine.30.3
MPG. So far no problems.
Overall car itself - nice package.
The rear shelf that attaches to the hatch is a pain.
Go back to the old shelf style.
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