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1994 Acura Integra LS Coupe FWDReview
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Simple And Solid — The most dependible car I have ever owned, only the problem is that is was stolen. I had the five speed and even though it wasn't the gsr it was fun in the corners. Gas milage was good and it was cheap and easiy to repair yourself.

Pros: just add gas

Cons: gets stolen

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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Jack Of All Trades — At the time, this sucker was the king of the import hill. Finding an unmolested example these days would be a challenge, and in all honesty it handles about as well as my base Fit. Still, if you can find a 5-speed that hasn't been riced, especially a Type R, you could do much worse for a sweet handling, high revving, reliable daily driver that can double as a weekend autocrosser.

Pros: Handling, glorious VTEC, shifter

Cons: Driven hard and put up wet, still popular with thieves

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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94 Integra Gsr Dc2 —

Performance - acceleration wise, surprisingly good. Due to the gsr having the b18c1, decent pick up for a 4cyl even today. Completely blows my old civic si out of the water from that perspective. Braking is alright....found my civic to have a better/shorter braking distance. Although i replaced the master clutch slave cyl in the integ, so erego its a replacement and not the original the honda had. Handling compared i've found is more resposive in the integ, very good for weaving in and out of traffic around the city. Steering is generall more responsive when making quick manuevers, less amount of times needed to turn the steering wheel, therefore quicker and faster when in high stress driving situations. Build quality - here's where this car has let me down a bit.....Basically bought as an icbc rebuild...yes its going to have some minor deficienes with the actual quality of the car. If you've ever sat in the integ, you definetly know what i mean (julian, katherine). You can hear sometimes while going over bumbs in the road, squeaks within the cabin. Also had to replace the entire suspension basically to fix this, also still need ot replace the control arms. Although, all this was down by the original owner who had pushed it. The mechanics had said the car had been previously lowered which this would amount sense to (springs being cut b4). Appearance - this is where the integra has always held a big interest for me. Exterior wise....looks beautiful. Even for a now 14-15 year old car it looks amazing. Sleek lines, low profile but still on a closer inspection, one hell of a looker of a car. Interior wise, defiently a step up in refinement compared to the si. Everything feels a step up, whenever it comes to even the simple plastic parts, it feels sturdier and better built, doesn't have that go-kart feel my civic had. Cost of Ownership - gas mileage is great, at 1.00 a litre i could fill the tank up with 40$ still. The same price i had with my civic si. On a gas mileage point of view, its more efficient than a civic (except when pushing the engine too much, thats when the needle starts to move down fast). Actual maitenance has been non existant, only medium size repairs are being done to it. So far no constant amount of maintenance money is going towards it. Fun factor - Hell yes this car is fun to drive!!! having the b18 vtec engine is a dream. The feel, sound of it is like no other. Definetly a step up in horse from the civic. Good to boot around in, pull some donuts, quick U'ey's in. Also, still rather compact, so its generally easier to drive then let's say....a g35 in where the car almost takes up the entire lane, the clutch is super stuff and its a short throw. Generally its a fun car thats easy to drive but has some guts when you call upon it to perform. I would recommend this car to all my friends that have some sort of knowledge about the integra already. If your an import enthusiast that is my friend, then i would indefinetly recommend it. Really this car is fine, just watch out for majoring things like in any honda (***** seals, master slave cyl eventually going, wiring issues etc). If your someone who doesn't really know that much about cars, i'd just recommend a civic like the one i had b4. Cost is generally a little lower, you get the same gas mileage and generally the civic is easier to drive, even compared to the gsr.

Pros: -acceleration, -appearance, -fun factor

Cons: -repairs over time, -build quality for high mileage ones,

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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Love It! — We bought this car for 800 dollars from a friend and i have to say that it is an awesome car! its got the I4 Vtec in it and that engine pretty much sleighs all. its not in great conditiond but for being 14 years old, it still runs amazingly well.

Pros: Engine, Fun to Drive

Cons: Not in great shape, Paint

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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See Review — Fun to drive, quick, great gas mileage. Lots of performance goodies available. Has everything I need to enjoy my daily drive to work and also have fun in the process. VERY dependable, nice looking and economical. What more can you ask for? I'd own another one if I had to purchase another car.

Pros: See review

Cons: none

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1994 Acura Integra LS Sedan FWDReview
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My Baby — When I bought my car it was in need of some TLC. I spent a little bit of money (50 bucks) but she has never given me any really problems. For a 14 year old car she has the normal ware and tear but in overall great shape. She need a good coat of paint.

Pros: quick, reliable, good on gas, fun to drive.

Cons: One of the most stolen cars in America

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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About My Integgy — Currently have a Garrett dual-ball bearing 60trim turbo on my b18c1 (v-tec). 344 at the crank, 300whp. 3" exhuast from front to back. Tial blow off valve. H&R springs, this car has siiiiick handling. You can jump on the front of the car and it barely moves. Smoked tail lights, xenon headlights. Carbon fiber door inserts. JL-12w7 with a JL 1400 watt amp, Alpine deck. Nice system in the back. I've got 3 sets of rims for it, the ones shown are the 16" motegi's. The Maxxis rims are the dark gray ones shown but are dirty in the picture. Getting the head rebuilt this winter, new pistons rods etc., so that'll bring me up another 100 horse power at the wheels. Great car overall, doesn't need a paintjob, but it'll be charcoal gray with a vented carbon fiber hood. Love this car, she's my baby<3

Pros: It's turboed v-tec

Cons: Sort of needs a paint job, but not really.

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1994 Acura Integra GS-R Coupe FWDReview
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Fun First Vehicle — Quick little tuner car i got for my first car. Very dependable and VERY fun to drive. I've wooped some mustangs in this baby!!! Bought with many repairs needing to be done. Has new clutch, toyo proxy 4's with brand new nsr wheels, stainless steel headers, distributor, lights, alpine deck with 12 inch sub and alpine 750watt amp. Custom red and white interior. Great first car!!!

Pros: Quick, good on gas, tonnes of mods available, easy to work with

Cons: Air lock, purchased with much work to do, its fixed now though !

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1994 Acura Integra LS Sedan FWDReview
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A Great Student Car — I will keep this short and to the point, performance wise, it has fun, sporty, handling attributed to its long wheelbase and very low profile. I have taken 90 degree turns at about 50 mph before losing control. Build quality wise, it is running very strong at almost 100k miles, with the only flaws being minor electrical things, and typical honda rust in the rear wheel wells. Total cost is also very low, with decent mpgs (i average about 24/29) and cheap parts. This car gets high marks in the fun category because of its great handling, and power once you hit about 4k rpms.

Pros: Cost, power in the high band

Cons: Small rust and electrical problems

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1994 Acura Integra LS Coupe FWDReview
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1994 Acura Integra — Great car, gets 35mpg on the freeway, looks nice if it is taken care of. Great paont job. Good acceleration for only a 1.8 L inline 4 cylinder. Would reccomend it to anyone, or any acura for that matter, an Integra, TSX, TL, or RL, they are all great cars :)

Pros: everything except the engine

Cons: only 1.8 L

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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

Review By GuruFFRH3

I bought the 1999 Acura and drove it from North Carolina to Detroit Michigan it rides like a dream and I am thrilled at the reliability of this car Read More

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

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 Kevin

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

Review By xXersionツ

Great value and very reliable Very fun and easy to modify aswell Read More

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

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