Acura Integra

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Key specifications

Highlights
Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4
Engine Type
30 City / 37 Hwy
MPG
200 hp
Horsepower
5
Seating Capacity
Engine
200 @ 6000
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
192 @ 1800
SAE Net Torque @ RPM
1.5 L/91
Displacement
Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4
Engine Type
Suspension
Strut
Suspension Type - Front
Strut
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)
Weight & Capacity
N/A
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
3,084 lbs
Base Curb Weight
N/A
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
Safety
Standard
Automatic Emergency Braking
Standard
Stability Control
Standard
Backup Camera
Standard
Lane Departure Warning
Entertainment
Standard
Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®
Electrical
N/A
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)
N/A
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
Brakes
4-Wheel
Brake ABS System
Yes
Disc - Rear (Yes or )
Yes
Disc - Front (Yes or )
N/A
Brake ABS System (Second Line)

Notable features

All-new for 2023
Five-seat, four-door compact hatchback
200-hp, turbo 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine
Front-wheel drive and automatic or manual transmission
16-speaker ELS premium stereo available
Standard 7-inch or optional 9-inch multimedia touchscreen

Engine

200 @ 6000 SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
192 @ 1800 SAE Net Torque @ RPM
1.5 L/91 Displacement
Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4 Engine Type

Suspension

Strut Suspension Type - Front
Strut Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear
Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)

Weight & Capacity

N/A Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
3,084 lbs Base Curb Weight
N/A Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
12 gal Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.

Safety

Standard Automatic Emergency Braking
Standard Stability Control
Standard Backup Camera
Standard Lane Departure Warning
Standard Blind Spot Monitor

Entertainment

Standard Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®

Electrical

N/A Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)
N/A Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)

Brakes

4-Wheel Brake ABS System
Yes Disc - Rear (Yes or )
Yes Disc - Front (Yes or )
N/A Brake ABS System (Second Line)
12 in Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
4-Wheel Disc Brake Type
11 in Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
N/A Drum - Rear (Yes or )

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Factory Warranties

Basic
4 years / 50,000 miles
Corrosion
5 years
Powertrain
6 years / 70,000 miles
Maintenance
2 years / 24,000 miles
Roadside Assistance
4 years / 50,000 miles

The good & the bad

The good

Attractive interior
Sharp handling
Excellent ride and handling balance
Available manual transmission
Useful backseat and cargo area

The bad

Not significantly better than a cheaper Honda Civic Si
Not as quick as it should be
Niceness drops off in backseat
Unremarkable styling
Digital gauge cluster is dim

Consumer reviews

4.1 / 5
Based on 9 reviews
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Comfort 4.3
Interior 4.0
Performance 4.4
Value 3.9
Exterior 4.9
Reliability 4.6

Most recent

4.0

Acura Integra A-Spec 23 Air-conditioning Unit

I'm not sure what to think of acura. I had the acura 22 ILX until I saw the Integra aspec. I have only had it for 8 months and the air conditioner unit got a leak. I'm not sure if it's a recall or a fluke. I hope it is the only thing that goes wrong. I Love My Car. ❤️

2.0

Civic/accord dupe

It’s a cool design, but your getting a civic interior plus every other Honda out there. For being a whole different company of Honda, you would expect a different interior. Everything is pretty much copy pasted, lack of diversity, and most importantly it’s the same thing slapped with a different logo. Compared to Lexus, Toyota...

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2023 Acura Integra review: Our expert's take

By Aaron Bragman

The verdict: The all-new 2023 Acura Integra is a snappy, crisp-handling, value-priced sports sedan that doesn’t go far enough to differentiate itself from the related — and less expensive — Honda Civic Si.

Versus the competition: The Integra’s sportier A-Spec trim levels compete with models like the Audi A3, BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and Mercedes-Benz CLA — all of which are more expensive, more luxurious and generally quicker.

When Honda introduced the redesigned 2022 Civic Si, one feature was notably missing: The previous generation’s adaptive suspension, which had been replaced with a non-adjustable steel suspension. It made the new Civic Si stiffer and bouncier than the one before it, and we lamented its demise.

Related: 2022 Honda Civic Si Review: Honda’s Love Letter to Its Performance Fans

But then Acura, Honda’s luxury brand, introduced the new 2023 Integra and we understood what was going on: The adaptive suspension had reappeared on a more expensive, more upscale, Acura-fied version of the Civic Si, along with a host of other refinements, options and modifications designed to evoke nostalgia for the Integra name. Our question then became whether the new Integra would be worth the added cost over a Civic Si given it’s not much more than a fancier, more luxurious, better-equipped and differently styled version of the same car. The answer, it turns out, is both yes and no.

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The verdict: The all-new 2023 Acura Integra is a snappy, crisp-handling, value-priced sports sedan that doesn’t go far enough to differentiate itself from the related — and less expensive — Honda Civic Si.

Versus the competition: The Integra’s sportier A-Spec trim levels compete with models like the Audi A3, BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and Mercedes-Benz CLA — all of which are more expensive, more luxurious and generally quicker.

When Honda introduced the redesigned 2022 Civic Si, one feature was notably missing: The previous generation’s adaptive suspension, which had been replaced with a non-adjustable steel suspension. It made the new Civic Si stiffer and bouncier than the one before it, and we lamented its demise.

Related: 2022 Honda Civic Si Review: Honda’s Love Letter to Its Performance Fans

But then Acura, Honda’s luxury brand, introduced the new 2023 Integra and we understood what was going on: The adaptive suspension had reappeared on a more expensive, more upscale, Acura-fied version of the Civic Si, along with a host of other refinements, options and modifications designed to evoke nostalgia for the Integra name. Our question then became whether the new Integra would be worth the added cost over a Civic Si given it’s not much more than a fancier, more luxurious, better-equipped and differently styled version of the same car. The answer, it turns out, is both yes and no.

Read more

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