About Acura Integra

    When Honda launched the Acura brand in North America, it needed a sporty yet slightly upscale model to assist with its introduction. They couldn't have chosen a more suitable candidate than the Acura Integra. A streamlined hatchback designed for both swift commuting and a fashionable image, the Integra got attention right away. Although available in Japan as the Honda Integra, its North American counterpart premiered as the Honda Quint Integra before being branded as the Acura Integra upon the introduction of Honda's luxury division moniker. The Integra was made available as a three and five-door hatchback as well as a four-door sedan. It was initially outfitted with a 1.6L DOHC four-cylinder engine (for both the hatchback and sedan body styles) before moving up to a 1.8L option for the second generation. In its second series, the five-door hatchback was dropped from the lineup due to sluggish sales.

    The second generation of the Integra also welcomed in a new higher trim level, the GS, to go along with the RS and LS trims. The GS was considered the top-shelf trim level and showed off cutting-edge Acura Integra parts, e.g. antilock brakes (an Acura first). An updated interior was also highlighted for the GS. 1992 saw Acura give the Integra a boost in horsepower, upping it to 140 HP. Also in 1992, the GS-R arrived, equipped with a 1.7L four-cylinder engine capable of 160 HP in conjunction with Honda's VTEC variable valve timing. This version of the model was offered only with a five-speed manual transmission to attract performance enthusiasts. However, standard features like power windows and locks as well as antilock brakes helped the GS-R gain notice elsewhere throughout the industry.

    Acura released the third generation of the Integra in 1994, which was available in two body styles: a four-door sedan and two-door hatchback. Aside from the GS-R, all trim levels of the Integra were powered by a 1.8L four-cylinder engine (142 horsepower) with a standard five-speed manual transmission (a four-speed automatic was made optional). In 1997, the GS-R was bolstered with a VTEC 1.8L engine rated at 170 horsepower and a close-ratio five-speed manual transmission. That same year, the Acura Integra Type R was introduced as a limited-edition model marketed towards tuners and street-racing aficionados. It could only be had as coupe in a special paint color (Championship White). The Type R got its power from a 1.8L engine that threw out 195 horses. The car was also 100 pounds lighter and featured power-enhancing Acura Integra parts, including limited-slip differential, sport-tuned suspension, and the same close-ratio five-speed manual as the GS-R.

    The original 'cleanup hitter' of the Acura lineup, the Integra built its legacy on performance and style. Combining fashionable trimmings with a slight taste of luxury to go along with all the sportiness, it's no wonder why the Integra has been named to Car and Driver's Ten Best List six times. From businessmen to road-burners, its fanbase is as eclectic as it is vast. Personalized options are what it's all about when it comes to this vehicle, which is why Acura Integra accessories at CARiD are a huge part of our inventory. With a car this well known for customization, we know we have to be prepared.

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    Best of Custom Cars: 2000 Acura Integra GSR
    Best of Custom Cars: 2000 Acura Integra GSR

    An interesting story of one Acura Integra has been recently featured in the Import Tuner magazine.

    The 2000 Acura Integra GSR has been fully built by the NorCal-based street racing enthusiast Hai Le... in order to be fully totaled by its creator in about a year. Hai has been into car building since he was 16 years old, and by the age of 18 he opened his own body shop, Importwerkz Auto Body N Paint. He started to customize his Integra in 2006 and it took him one year to complete the car.

    This Integra GSR could be called Frankenstein, as most of the parts Hai used on it were bought used. Born from the ashes, the ride was capable of 398 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. It featured a 2.1-liter turbocharged V-Tec engine, OEM Honda LSD driveline, Sprint Hart CPR street wheels, and Falken Ziex 512 street tires. For the exterior, the custom Integra had a JDM Integra Type R front-end conversion (front bumper, bumper support, fenders, hood, radiator support, headlights), JDM angler front license plate frame, JDM front lip spoiler, and Spoon side mirrors. The main interior highlights were the JDM Integra Type R door panels, dash, gauge cluster, console, Recaro seats, floor mats, steering wheel, Skunk 2 shift knob, andTakata harnesses.

    Even though the Integra was smashed badly against a guardrail, it kept a usable shape and Hai Le has transformed it into a new car, which was featured in the Honda Tuning magazine a year ago.