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Old 15 Aug 2007, 07:00 pm
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Default Are acura integras good lasting cars, what are some details about them?

Are acura integras good lasting cars, what are some details about them?
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Old 15 Aug 2007, 07:05 pm
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yes, my friend has one with 130,000 miles and it still runs great. just get regular maintainance on it
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Old 15 Aug 2007, 07:09 pm
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Mine is a 1991 and has almost 200 K on it and still runs like a dream..just so you know..Acuras are manufactured by Honda.
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Acura integra's are very reliable, long lasting cars. The parts are also cheap for repair or other modifications. Acura's also have a pretty good resale value if you plan on selling later. Overall, integra's are a very sporty, yet nice little ride.
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Old 15 Aug 2007, 07:15 pm
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i bought one new acura nsx in 1990 and i still own it. it is my sixth car. i sold all my previous cars because they cannot match my daily and lifetime needs. i just took for a spin and i think it would make a perfect car for u. acura integras has been voted before as the most reliable car on forbes.com and it wont fail u.
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Freckin great cars
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Yes they are good. Which model in specific are you wanting details from? there are 2 main different models, the LS or the GSR, then you also have the more rare Type-R. They come in a varety of trim packages (LS, GS, RS, SE, GSR, TypeR) and with different engines...General Details:- LS: 1.6L, 1.7L, or 1.8L carbed to fuel injected (1st generation to 3rd generation) DOHC engine (ZC, B17B1, B18B1) - The model designations RS, GS, SE are the LS integra but with different trim packages including wheels, leather interior, etc.- GSR: 1.7L-1.8L fuel injected (2nd generation to 3rd generation) DOHC engine with honda's VTEC variable valve timing technology and secondary intake manifold runners.- Type R: (1997-2000) 1.8L DOHC VTEC, hand port and polished cylinder head, high compression ratio, with limited slip differential transmission, tuned suspension, aerodynamic wing spoiler (yes it is functional), 9K rpm redline. It was built as a tribute to Honda's F1 racing heritage.
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