Acura Integras were first introduced in America in 1986.
It marked Honda/Acura's entry into America and expanded their footprint significantly.
Those looking for a roomy five-door midsize car, as well as young first-time buyers, will find the new Integra a great choice.
Two adults can sit comfortably in the rear seat on long trips or three people on short journeys.
A surprisingly affordable $32K is the starting price of the new Integra.
There is a $2,000 A-Spec and a $3,000 Technology Package, when added to the base trim.
Integra owners receive complimentary maintenance for two years.
So far, only Acura's 1.5-liter turbocharged engine has been announced for the Integra.
From 1800 RPM, the engine produces 192 lb-ft of torque, but it also develops 200 peak horsepower.
The company recommends Premium fuel for Acura vehicles.
A stick-shift manual transmission with six speeds is more important than a great engine.
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