The famous JDM Car - Honda Integra

by Masashi S. JDM Enthusiast

The famous JDM Car - Honda Integra

The Honda Integra, also known as the Acura Integra in North American markets was a JDM car produced from 1986 through 2005 by the world renowned Japanese auto-maker Honda. One of the defining sports car looks that gave rise to the popularity of JDM fans worldwide, it is known for the great performance, handling, speed, and mobility.

Defining Features of the Integra

Through its generational iterations the Integra has evolved from a 3 door hatchback to a 4-5 door saloon. The later models offers more features and space to provide comfort to passengers. The earlier generations of the Integra became popular because of the appearance in the Initial D manga and anime series as an iconic car for the speed and flexibility of maneuvering mountainous street races in the series.

Engine & Fuel Consumption of the Integra

The first generation five-door hatchback USA version was equipped with a 1.6L DOHC 16-valve four-cylinder engine with 113 horsepower at 6250 rpm, 99 lbs-ft @ 5500 rpm. For European versions, only the 1.5L 85 PS (63 kW; 84 horsepower) 4 Weber carburetor engine was available. In Japan, the 1.5L EW5 engine was utilized in VX and RX-trimmed four-door/DA2 while all other models offered the DOHC ZC engine, with a carburetor on GS, ZS, and LS trim packages, and PGM-FI on the top-level GSi three- and five-door, and thus the RSi three-door trim package

To wrap it up

The Integra is a reliable, durable, high performance JDM can produced by one of the most famous automakers in Japan. An iconic model featured in many forms of media from animes, mangas, and movies. It is a defining pop culture models that is loved by car fans worldwide. Check out some the lowest priced Integras in stock that you can get your hands on here.

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