1990 Acura Integra Consumer Review: Great affordable luxury/sport

1990 Acura Integra - Consumer Review

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GS Sedan (1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Great affordable luxury/sport sedan
By crxbrett on


1990 Acura Integra GS 4dr Sedan


I had the '90 GS Sedan and never let me
down. The car handled and cornered like
it was on rails (I did upgrade the
wheels to 16's and had low-pro tires).
The engine is adequate for city
driving, but needs to be revved past
5500 rpms to get any kind of power (0-
60 is about 8.5 seconds). SO A 5-SPD IS
A MUST! Do not get an AUTO! The cabin
is very nicely done and isn't too fancy
or dated looking. I recommend the '90-
'93 Integra if you want a car with good
looks, good driving characteristics and
good reliability.

Best Features

Easy to maneauver and handle. Fuel economy is good, 27-31 avg. The GS is nicer, so go for that one if your wallet allows you to. Reliability is the same as all other Hondas-almost perfect.

Worst Features

It helps to fix and maintain the car yourself (dealers/mechanics overcharge you just because it has that "A" logo on the hood. The '90 GS Sedan (not sure about the '91-'93s) did not come with a sunroof....bummer, dude. No airbags until the redesigned '94, either.
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