2001 Acura Integra

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2001 Acura Integra

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Available in 7 styles:  2001 Acura Integra 2dr Coupe shown
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Asking Price Range
$463–$13,823

Estimated MPG

25 city / 30–31 hwy


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Vehicle Overview
The front-drive Integra sedan, whose design dates to the 1994 model year, returns unchanged for its final season in this form. Acura introduced a new Integra at the Detroit auto show in January, and expectations are that the 2002 model will come only as a coupe. Like the current model, the new Integra will be based on the new design for the Honda Civic. Acura is the luxury brand of Honda.

In addition to the compact-size sedan, Integra comes as a sporty hatchback coupe that is profiled in the sports car section.



Exterior
The Integra sedan rides a 103-inch wheelbase and is 178 inches long — a few inches longer than the Honda Civic or Ford Focus sedans.

A standard power glass moonroof opens above the roof so it doesn’t reduce interior headroom. Acura says the integrated bumpers can sustain a 5-mph crash without damage.



Interior
A full complement of comfort and convenience features are standard on all models, including air conditioning, a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and power locks and windows.

Leather upholstery is standard on the GS and GS-R models, and all Integra sedans have a one-piece rear seatback that folds for additional cargo space.



Under the Hood
Two 1.8-liter four-cylinder engines are available in the Integra sedan. LS and GS models use a 140-horsepower version that teams with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. The GS-R has a 170-hp engine with variable-valve technology and comes only with a five-speed manual.



Driving Impressions
Acura may be a luxury brand, but the Integra is more of a sporty compact than a luxury sedan, providing athletic handling and a firm ride. Both four-cylinder engines rev like crazy but don’t produce much power at low speeds. If you prefer an automatic transmission, be prepared for a lot of foot-to-the-floor driving to keep up with brisk-moving traffic.

 
Reported by Rick Popely  for cars.com
From the cars.com 2001 Buying Guide

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