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1990 Acura Integra RS Hatchback Review
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The Bestest Tiny Hoopty You'll Ever Own — She was 17 when I purchased her from my mechanic in 2007; best used car I've ever had, and I'll keep her til the wheels fall off, and she can't go no more. And I'll do my best to keep her in repair! She still runs, but her 4th gear and torque box are going out. (264,000 miles, who wouldn't have issues!) She has the "Sport-Drive" feature, which means I can "force" her to stay in third gear or lower, til I can get her fixed up again, but now I can't go on the highway. So she's local driving only. She's tiny, which is scary at times, with all the bigger vehicles blocking my view, and her seats were sporty when she was made, but uncomfortable at best now, because of age. I drive her now about once a week, to keep her battery and the gas in her tank running like they should. I don't want to hurt her worse than she is right now. My hope is to get her to my brother-in-law, a retired mechanic, who has promised me, and owes me. She has other issues, and he's going to help me with those.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Has held up great through the years, can't believe Acura stopped making this vehicle. Mostly low-maintenance; repairs have now most recently included new front-end cv boots, cv joints, and axle assemblies, keeping her on the road for more years to come! I think Acura stopped making it, because of the durability: people weren't buying new cars if they had this, and missed it if they sold it.

Cons: Hard to find used parts, and a bit pricey to purchase new. And some parts are not original replacement from the manufacturer anymore, so quality might be off.

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1990 Acura Integra RS Hatchback Review
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If You Can Find One In Good Shape, Get It. — Loved, loved, loved this car. From the performance to styling to handling, this was the perfect car for me at the time. It ran a stock 16 sec at the track weekly, and still got me around Chicago and then LA when needed. Never wanted to let go of it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Everything

Cons: Letting it go.

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1990 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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90 Da Teggy — B16a swap loads of fun. Instead of going with a turbo i opted for suspension upgrades, handles great with skunk 2 coilovers. Ls tranny, so its not as quick as most hondas but 5th gear goes well past 145mph. from being lowered so much theres some squeaks and the stereo is crap but when your at wot you can hear it anyway. =)

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: i built it.

Cons: only comes with arm rests in Japan. =(

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1990 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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Still Worth A Look If You're Strapped For Cash. — This car was fun to drive, but like most high-mileage Hondas, it had its fair share of problems as well. There's nothing more finicky than a high-mileage Honda. That being said, it still got relatively good mileage (when using premium gas). There's a ton of aftermarket parts and engines for these things, so they're still worth having a look at if you're strapped for cash. Just be aware that they definitely require regular maintenance attention.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Relatively quick, tons of aftermarket/tuner parts

Cons: Every 17 year old kid thinks his is a race car

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1990 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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Great First Car — Drove the crap out of this car, it was great for a first car. Had many good times in this vehicle. Quick, fun and easy to drive around. Would definitely recommend this vehicle. Acura service was great in Austin too.

Pros: Easy to drive.

Cons: Automatic seatbelts.

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1990 Acura Integra LS Sedan Review
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Great — funfactor fun to drive.. unique no one around has this car. good accleration. easy to work on. cheap parts. Performance parts are so easy to install. Handles ok. Gas mileage is out the roof gets 30 mpg when driven correctly

Pros: unique

Cons: nothing at all

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1990 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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Its Goods — Its an ok car it needs more power but it will do for getting around. the look of the car is what really gives the car its pep i guess you can say and it handles pretty well. good on gas tho and over all its a pretty good car

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: the paint job

Cons: Nothing

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1990 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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I Loved It. — I loved that car. Quality was top notch. From Honda I expected nothing less. The 130 HP 4 cyl was plenty of power for normal use, and while I did see 100 mph once, it was not at it's limit. The styling was sleek and attractive. I didn't care much for the texture of the seat upholstery fabric, it was rough, though the seat construction was comfortable and easily adjustable. I think it got 30 mpg hwy. Neither the back seat head or legroom was not generous. I had my best date ever in that car, with the girl of my dreams. I drove us up to Turner Falls from Dallas, where we had a picnic by the river. On the way back, she fell asleep with her head in my lap. She still has beautiful, long blond hair, but she married another guy. Sigh. At least I believe she's happy. I have a 2000 Accord, which has similar driving characteristics. They're great cars.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Looked great, drove great a nice package all-around

Cons: If you often carry around more than 2 people it's not roomy enough.

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1990 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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Very Fun — built except for internals, didnt look good on the outside, would smoke a GSR like it wasnt there, had the gas mileage of a V8 because of the computer i had in it, very fun to drive, too bad its gone....

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It looked slow

Cons: wasnt cmofortable

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1990 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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Best Car I Ever Had — needs a little work but it gets up and goes! It takes off quick,handles great and stops on a dime.To me it's and awesome car to drive.It scares my girlfriend though but shell be alright.Wuz up everybody!Ill just add it will burn tires pretty good too!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Its fast and a five speed

Cons: none

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Reviews From Other Years

2001 Acura Integra Reviews

Cool By rodneyjr1027

i drove the car a little and i can see the allure. the car is quick and fairly stable. it looks good on its best day but its very small. im 6' 1" and i fit but im at the end of the comfort spectrum (w... Read More

Jhx By Jazib

an awesome super car which is totally awesome and a super car and it goes from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.2 secs it has a six cylinder engine ..and it can cover 6 liters in 10 kilometers it is a family ... Read More

2000 Acura Integra Reviews

Rev Happy By Enthalpy

I was turned on to this car by an ex girlfriend. At the time I drove a troubled Camaro. This car has enough going for it, it will shine through memories of a bad relationship. I took it on a long t... Read More

Mad By Leo

The car is still under development and it'll be a little while to go yet Performance - good, brakes - good Build - good appearence - still developing Cost - Not to bad actually, got the car at a good... Read More

1999 Acura Integra Reviews

Sporty Hatch Back That Will Not Let You Down. By kdp80

The 1999 Acura Integra is an economical, sporty, and very dependable little car. What more could you ask for? It would make a great school car for your kid, or a great work car. Only downside is the... Read More

Buy One., By Braddley

Performance is good. the 5 speed manual has good pep and acceleration. THe brakes are firm and work well, and handling is excellent with the double wishbone setup. Build quality is normal for that o... Read More

1998 Acura Integra Reviews

Integra By Billy

great overall car for everyday commute and good on gas millage plus some travel every now and then to entertainment. very sporting look and great handle can on highway and city. has plenty of accessor... Read More

Wow Great Value! By kh723012

Great car, very little not to like. Great value, comfortable and fun to drive. Clear sight lines, good gas mileage and fair maintenance costs. Great acceleration, breaking and handling. Allows the dri... Read More

1997 Acura Integra Reviews

What A Two Door Sport Hatchback Should Be! By italjer

Acura got the recipe near perfect with the Integra! It's unfortunate they made the corporate decision to drop two door vehicles from the line up and focus on sport utility vehicles. Their current des... Read More

97 Integra By Jake

I bought the car to daily drive. I get about 30 MPG. It may lack some power but is a blast to drive around. I havnt spend much on maintenance at least nothing other than oil changes. The outside of... Read More

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