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Old 24 Nov 2004, 10:59 am
Jim Yanik
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Default Integra 'generations'


I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra website,and
then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I thought was the
First generation.
Can anyone enlighten me on this?

IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.
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Old 24 Nov 2004, 11:32 am
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On 24 Nov 2004 15:59:24 GMT, Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> wrote:
>I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra website,and
>then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I thought was the
>First generation.
>Can anyone enlighten me on this?
>
>IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.


....G3.

G1: 1986-1989, The Original.

G2: 1990-1994, a profoundly different car, greatly improved, a little
bit softer.

G3: Major styling shift and lesser detail improvements.

RSX (G4): 2002-, another profoundly different car.

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Old 24 Nov 2004, 05:05 pm
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Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> sprach im
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>
> I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra
> website,and then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I
> thought was the First generation.
> Can anyone enlighten me on this?
>
> IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.




1986-1989: 1st generation
1990-1993: 2nd generation
1994-1997: 3rd generation
1998 and up I'm not sure where the break points are.

I have a 1991 DA9. I remember I never liked the first generation (DA3)
because of the popup headlights and boxy styling. When the 2nd gen came out
in late 1989, it got me thinking that that's one purty lookin' car, gotta
get me one...so I did.
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Old 24 Nov 2004, 07:51 pm
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Harold Adrian Russell Philby <home.office@kremlin.co.ru> wrote in
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> On 24 Nov 2004 15:59:24 GMT, Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> wrote:
>>I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra
>>website,and then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I
>>thought was the First generation.
>>Can anyone enlighten me on this?
>>
>>IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.

>
> ...G3.
>
> G1: 1986-1989, The Original.


Got any pictures??

> G2: 1990-1994, a profoundly different car, greatly improved, a little
> bit softer.


IMO,the body style did not change,thus still the same car.
Got any pix?

>
> G3: Major styling shift and lesser detail improvements.
>
> RSX (G4): 2002-, another profoundly different car.


Not the same name,not even close to the Integra.



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Old 24 Nov 2004, 07:55 pm
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"TeGGer®" <teggeratistopdotcom@changetheobvious.invalid> wrote in
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> Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> sprach im
> news:Xns95AB6F82BAF56jyanikkuanet@129.250.170.85:
>
>>
>> I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra
>> website,and then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I
>> thought was the First generation.
>> Can anyone enlighten me on this?
>>
>> IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.

>
>
>
> 1986-1989: 1st generation
> 1990-1993: 2nd generation
> 1994-1997: 3rd generation


Was 97 where they changed the front fascia and rear bumper cover?

> 1998 and up I'm not sure where the break points are.


IMO,there wasn't enough change for another "generation" between the
94,95,and 96-01 styles.
>
> I have a 1991 DA9. I remember I never liked the first generation (DA3)
> because of the popup headlights and boxy styling. When the 2nd gen
> came out in late 1989, it got me thinking that that's one purty
> lookin' car, gotta get me one...so I did.


OK,this explains more clearly,especially the part about the headlights.

Thanks,and apologies for the other post I made.

The only thing I disliked about the 2nd gen car was the auto seatbelt
mechanism.Once they got rid of that in the 94 Integra,that's when I bought
one,as I would have stayed with the Preludes,but they uglified the next-to-
last 'Lude.

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Old 24 Nov 2004, 08:29 pm
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Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> sprach im
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>
> The only thing I disliked about the 2nd gen car was the auto seatbelt
> mechanism.




That was for the US only. My Canadian-market car has normal belts and no
airbags. No other country in the world got those automatic belts except the
US. For that you can thank the Passive Restraint Act of 1988.



> Once they got rid of that in the 94 Integra,



That's when they redesigned the interior structure to have airbags.



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Old 24 Nov 2004, 08:46 pm
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Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> sprach im
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> Harold Adrian Russell Philby <home.office@kremlin.co.ru> wrote in
> news:u8d9q05gg16v344luvc7n0gdvkfb9blvc1@4ax.com:
>
>> On 24 Nov 2004 15:59:24 GMT, Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> wrote:
>>>I've heard mention of "2nd generation" Integras on an Integra
>>>website,and then they had a picture of the original Integra,which I
>>>thought was the First generation.
>>>Can anyone enlighten me on this?
>>>
>>>IMO,94-01 are the "2nd generation" Integras.

>>
>> ...G3.
>>
>> G1: 1986-1989, The Original.

>
> Got any pictures??



Try Google.

Look what I found:
http://tinyurl.com/49ecf

It's accurate.


>
>> G2: 1990-1994, a profoundly different car, greatly improved, a little
>> bit softer.

>
> IMO,the body style did not change,thus still the same car.
> Got any pix?




Oh yeah. VERY different. I own one of those.
http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/integra.jpg

That's my 1991 around 1997. The headlights look a bit grey because at the
time they still had the plastic covers that the dealer offered as an option
($100 the set, sorry don't know the part number). Those covers used to
collect dirt behind them, impairing brightness, and mine eventually got
broken by some kids playing tag around the car.



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Old 25 Nov 2004, 10:59 am
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On 25 Nov 2004 00:51:29 GMT, Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov.> wrote:
>> G2: 1990-1994, a profoundly different car, greatly improved, a little
>> bit softer.

>
>IMO,the body style did not change,thus still the same car.
>Got any pix?


....Are you retarded?



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