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1993 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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Owne — Good for a old car, very realible for a old car,and chepa on gas. The service is not costly much, i wll like to keeping as Longest works...but to tray to performes better, thaks for made this car. ..

Pros: Small and practic car

Cons: None

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1993 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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Great Car — i love everything about this car, except the computer sys, and the small engine. the performance is really good for the little engine. it has needed repairs, but there minor. interior is exalent, exterior being painted, cost is really cheap, maitnence is minimal. funest car i ever drove!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: gas saver. and pretty fast for a 4 cyl.

Cons: computer system

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1993 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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If Your Into This Kind Of Car It Can Be Fun — Performance - outstanding Build Quality - Repairs weekly to many squeeks/rattles to name Appearance - Dents,stains and rust make up most of the vehicle Cost of Ownership - outstanding gas mileage, maintenance is not for beginners Fun Factor - Amazing to drive as long as you don't need your spine

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

Pros: The power

Cons: The looks

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1993 Acura Integra RS Sedan Review
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Awesome Car. If Anything Ever Happens To It I'd Pick Up Another One For Sure. — I freakin' love my 2nd generation Integra. Purchased the car used in 2008 for only $400 expecting the usual. Good enough for the summer, Maybe a few months of winter and then the transmission slips out or the engine starts dumping oil all over itself. Little did I know that under the rusted out rear quarters and haggard interior was a tough little B-series engine that had never seen anything but full synthetic oil and premium gas. This beater, Turned project car, Turned daily driver is, So far, My favorite of the many cars that I've owned and driven. With 340xxx KMs on the car itself (90,000 or so on the new engine and tranny) it took little more then a few weekends with a disc grinder and rust converter primer before I had this Acura rippin' around town like a champ. Once I decided to face the heart-break of dumping my 3800 series swapped 87 Buick Lesabre, It was clearly time to upgrade my new ride. Soon enough I was pulling the stock engine (still mint and running strong) to make room for a B18c-R swap. Three days solid with a hoist and a buddy and we were back on the road. Add a cone filter and intake, 3 inch exhaust right from the headers and an upgraded ignition system and all the Honda kids just learn to leave you alone when you're out for a late night cruise. Since '08 I've converted five friends to Teggers and found a number of local clubs and crews, All supporting 2nd gen Integra cruise nights and car meets. When you add your own personal style to one of these cars it's like joining a family of people who all have their own reasons for owning one. I wouldn't trade mine for anything. At least nothing under $60,000... Show me the lime green Hemi Cuda and maybe we could work something out.

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

Pros: Great on gas, Unlimited mods and upgrades. Perfect for the home mechanic and it's just overall Hella'fun to drive

Cons: Kids in CRXs always seem to think you're racing them when you're on the QEW tryin' to get to work...

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1993 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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My 92 Teggy — nice acceleration. faster than my si hatch i love the cars overall gear ratio. revs nice going down the highway at about 60. overall the car is amazing and fun to drive.. it could use the power stearing takin off

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

Pros: motor stock lowered. fat fives

Cons: power windows power steering

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1993 Acura Integra LS Hatchback Review
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This Car Was My Baby Because It Just Looked Nice And Was For Me At The Time. — This was the first car that I had work done to. It was pretty fast for the stock JDM 1.8L engine. It had 7 spoke gun metal gray rims with low pro tires, blue with blue flake paint job, carbon fiber taillights, halo projection headlights, custom hood, blue under glo, short throw shifter, custom subs. Put about 3 grand into but needed much more work. Came across the talon and wanted the better engine.

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

Pros: Its a honda engine, they last forever.

Cons: I dont know really, they are good in general.

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1993 Acura Integra LS Special Hatchback Review
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Wonderful First Car!!! — Fun Factor, quick acceleration needs more work on the body..definitely. Cost is cheap, gas milage is quite amazing for its power and the way it negotiates any type of driving condition: aboslutely...incredible!! I recommend it for anyone who is just beginning to drive

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

Pros: Fun, Powerful, Cheap and easily upgraded.

Cons: Its old...

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1993 Acura Integra LS Special Hatchback Review
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I Can't Let It Go! — My car has the setup of a go cart. Put it through some corners and it will fly right through. Not the fastest...yet, but it is fun. Got almost 35mpg Thanksgiving weekend. Where are the cup holders? Can't wait to go faster.

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

Pros: Handling

Cons: Water leak in trunk

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1993 Acura Integra GS Hatchback Review
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Integras — G2 Love the cars of the 90's. It's fast and fun to drive sounds like thunder. The acceleration and durability of this car will blow you away. For the price it's a keeper! One word describes this kind of car. Awesome!!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Acceleration, Gas Mileage, Appearance, Speed, MT, Sunroof

Cons: No Airbag

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1993 Acura Integra LS Special Hatchback Review
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Not All Honda's Are Reliable — It was relatively fun to drive, and it got good gas mileage. It accelerated decently with its 1.8L I4. It was expensive to own because we had to throw in thousands for repairs... the transmission needed to be rebuilt at 90K.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good gas mileage, pretty fun to drive

Cons: Often needed repairs

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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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