Redesigned for 1994, the Integra sports a distinctive four-headlight front end. All models receive four-wheel disc brakes; LS and GS-R models get antilock brakes. GS-Rs get a 10-horsepower boost over last year to improve performance. Dual airbags replace the motorized seatbelts as the passive restraint system on the Integra.
Read what other owners think about the Used 1994 Acura Integra.
This is the first car I've owned had it for just about a year brought it for 2800$ from original owner with 200000 km on the clock. I've not a single problem with it, all parts are cheep and easy to find, if you want to do engine work Honda B series are incredibly easy to upgrade. Got enough power to push you back in your seat and still I get over 30 mpgs on low grade fuel. Paint matching is a little hard to do when rust comes in on the wheel wells all tegs have a metallic paint. I've got just over 270k on it now so easy and comfy to drive. I'll drive it till I have enough money to buy another.
5 out of 5 stars
The test of time
GS-R 2dr Hatchback
bought this car with 66K miles on it; it was owned by a family member who took care of it. I have taken care of it and have driven it hard many many time; i have strapped kayaks on top (three); and have trailered as many as 10...people laugh at me when i show up with this car laden with boats...but it has stood-up. This sets the bar for reliability for all other cars. With 147K miles on it, i have bought another car for replacement...but think i will hang on to it yet for the sheer fun of driving it. They just dont make them like this anymore
4.75 out of 5 stars
GS-R 2dr Hatchback
I have loved this car from the moment that I took my test ride. I bought the VTEC engine to get in and out of Atlanta short ramp interstate traffic. It has done the job exceedingly well. The reason for my high mileage is that it is our car of choice for every weekend activity as well as to/from my place of business during the week. My wife's TL stays home.
5 out of 5 stars
Acura Integra, sports car or sedan?
GS-R 4dr Sedan
I've had this car for a few days now,
and I have to say that I absoloutley
love it. There's a great feel to it,
even though it's almost ten years old.
It almost feels like an old porsche,
kind of throaty. One thing I wish I
could have is the keyless entry, but I
think it is actually installed on my
car it's just been disabled (???) So
anyway, I have to say I truley love
The Used 1994 Acura Integra is offered in the following submodels: Integra Hatchback, Integra Sedan. Available styles include LS 2dr Hatchback, GS-R 2dr Hatchback, RS 2dr Hatchback, LS 4dr Sedan, RS 4dr Sedan, and GS-R 4dr Sedan.
Pre-owned Acura Integra models are available with a 1.8 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 170 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1994 Acura Integra comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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