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Old 07 Dec 2007, 03:19 am
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Default How safe is a 1999 Acura Integra?

I am thinking about getting an Acura Interga but I couldn't find any info for safety ratings. Any info is welcome. Thanks.
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 03:31 am
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HORRIBLE
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 03:46 am
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As safe as the Titanicas safe as the graff zeppelin
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 04:01 am
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Not to safe. But ssafety really comes down to the driver.(and good tires, brakes etc.)
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 04:17 am
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an acura integra is a great,reliable safe car. i dont know what these other people are tellling you its b.s. a lot of my friends have integras and theyre good cars. some of them have got in accidents and integras may be small but they hold up pretty well.
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they are some of the safest cars on the road except in the snow no front wheel drive cars are very fun to drive in the snow hope i helped
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 04:47 am
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The saftey depends on the driver but I wouldn't recommend the car to you depending on where you live because it is the world's most stolen car because of bad security.
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when it comes to driving there safe....but they are on the top 10 most stolen cars...=/
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 05:16 am
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for the class it is a safe car. But any small car put up to a gay hummer or truck, you'll be destroyed
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Old 07 Dec 2007, 05:31 am
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for a passenger car its pretty safe my teg has been in a few accidents and its still up and runing perfectly today =]as long as you dont go over your chances of the car spliting into 3 section isnt that great.. out of the top 10 most stolen cars i think our integra's are number 1 in the U.S. if not its pretty high o the list so protect that teg with your life =]
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