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ACURA Integra Coupe Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 3
First production year: 1986
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

1994 - 2001

Acura introduced the second generation of the Integra in 1994 and pushed the car's limits even farther, resulting in one of the best front-wheel drive vehicles ever made. This second generation of the Integra featured a sports-oriented chassis, rigid bodywork, and powerful engines for their displacements. But things went even wilder later with the small, two-door Integra when the carmaker introduced the GS-R and the Type R versions. Its design was simple yet easy to recognize. Its dual round headlamps design of the front end replaced the pop-up headlights used on its predecessor. ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L 5MT (196 HP)

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L GS-R 4AT (170 HP)

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L GS-R 5MT (170 HP)

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L RS 4AT (141 HP)

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L RS 5MT (141 HP)

 

1989 - 1994

The second generation of the Acura Integra was bigger and heavier than its predecessor and that brought some disappointment from its buyers. But its good handling and sporty engines brought them back. With an increase in the sport-compact market, Honda tried to stay on top with the little Acura Integra. It shared some components with the Honda Civic, but it was the styling and some particular engines that made it more desirable than the popular Civic, despite its higher sticker price. In terms of volumes, it didn't count when compared to its Honda sibling. In terms of smiles/miles, i...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.8L 5MT (140 HP)

 

1986 - 1989

The first generation of the Honda/Acura Integra came on the Japanese market in 1985, followed by the international launch in 1986. By the mid-'80s, Honda tried to get more traction in several markets, especially on U.S. soil. Its previous cars, such as the Civic and the Accord, were appreciated in terms of reliability but lacked the styling or the performance offered by other competitors. But Honda changed that with the Integra. With its pop-up headlights and two-door fastback design, the Integra became a hit for the Japanese carmaker. An apron that incorporated the fog lights on ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

ACURA Integra Coupe 1.6L 5MT (113 HP)