The former entry level vehicle for Honda Motor Co. luxury line Acura. Replaced by the RSX, the Acura Integra is a favorite pick among the import performance crowd. Statistically one of the most favorite cars among thieves.
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In the United States, the Acura Integra was a sporty small car produced from 1986-2001. In 2002, the Integra was replaced by the RSX. In Japan, where the Acura nameplate does not exist, the car always has been known as the Honda Integra.

A popular car among the import modification scene. For a relatively small investment, one can buy an Integra and build it up to be a very fast drag car or autocrossing/road racing car.

Consumer Reports has consistently rated the RSX & Integra as "Best Buys" for their solid reliability and excellent resale value.

The Integra is mechnically similar to the Honda Civic, which is another reason why it is popular in the import scene -- many parts are swappable.

In recent years, the Integra (particularly the faster GS-R and Type R models) have become targets for theft. This has driven insurance rates on those cars sky-high. Many "chop shops" steal these cars, strip them of all parts, and then re-sell these parts to friends, on eBay, etc. Of the most value are the engines, which routinely sell for $2500 or more.
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A discontinued sport/small sedan from Honda's Acura line. Dating back to 1985, The Integra was stocked with long lasting and quality stock parts. Most often a luxury car, featuring power windows, quality stereo systems, and sunroofs even in it's earlier models. The type of car that can last up to 15 years with no maitence other then an oil change.
My completely stock 91 integra smoked your suped up fuckin mustang
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A model by the Acura/Honda company. Has models as GSR ,Type R , LS and GS. Very popular among the import crowd. Usually is found with turbo's. One of the best FWD cars that can be driven everyday.
Yo that integra has a turbo ? You drive it everyday ? Dang man its the ultimate mom's/dad's car niggs !
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A car made by Acura and is known as Acura "I think I am fast" by many people. The reason behind this is the drvier usally thinks they can make it faster by making it lighter, and muffler tips when in reality its a realiable car but not a racing car.
A stock Ford Escort Zx2 jsut beat an Acura I think I'm Fast (integra) who apperently put 10k into his ride but still lost.
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Beginning as the Quint Integra in 1985 in Japan, the Integra was shipped to the U.S. in 1986. In 1985, for trim models were produced, GS, GSi, ZS, and LS, all having carburation except the injected GSi, hence the i standing four injection, believe it or not...In 1986 the GS was discontinued, and replaced with the RSi, also injected...In 1987, the GS returned, the RSi discontinued and introduced were the VX and RX models, both of which had a cross flow 12-valve SOHC with carburator...
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The Integra Type R is a 2 door, front wheel drive sports coupe first debuted in 1995 in Japan. It's equipped with Honda's B18 engine producing 187 horsepower at 8,800rpm and 131 lbs-ft torque at 7,300rpm. The Integra Type R was a big competitor among Japanese sports cars in the mid 90s to mid 2000s and gained a very large fan-base, especially among Honda enthusiasts. The Integra Type R was in a group of cars that people often refer to as "The Type R Brothers", these cars were the NSX Type R, Integra Type R, and Civic Type R. Later on in the early 2000s, Honda built a refreshed version called the DC5, it was a bit bigger but now along with the Civic Type R, it used Honda's K20A2 engine which made 220hp at 8,000rpm and 206 lbs-ft torque at. It was till front wheel drive but had a new chassis which was stiffer than the older model along with suspension, aero, and braking enhancements. Later on in the mid 2000s the Integra got a facelift and a few enhancements such as better suspension tuning, brakes, tires, and slightly shorter gearing to help acceleration. The car was a great success and was featured on famous auto tv shows and DVD's like Best Motoring where several Type R's raced and won many races. But sadly, Honda discontinued the Integra shortly after along with the legendary NSX and only the Civic remained, but hopefully Honda goes back to building fun, fast, affordable sports cars.
I saw a DC5 Integra the other day, but I don't think it was a Type R though.
(Nicknames for the Integra are: Integi or Inte)
Definition: Honda's FWD Sports Coupe
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