Friday 4th January 2013
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If you have ever owned a Honda Integra then we would like to hear about your experience of this car. Also let us know how any replacement parts performed when fitted to your vehicle. Write your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Honda Integra Overview

The Honda Integra is classed as a small family car which was produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Honda. This vehicle was in production from 1885 to 2006 over four different generations. This vehicle was also sold as the Acura Integra in some markets. The Integra was more of a compact sports car and was available as a sedan and a very neat little 3-door coupe. These cars are great to drive and are have really good handling. The engines are good but the car is surprisingly not well equipped. They are very reliable but lacks in security features. The performance and re-sale values are good but they do lack comfort. Does this sound anything like your experience of the Integra?

Honda Integra History

The first generation (1986-89) was initially only available in Japan, quickly followed by North America where it was marketed as the Acura Integra. It was then introduced to the European market where the saloon version was not available. The second generation (1990-93) was the first ever engine in the world to have a VTEC engine on the 1.6L which is now a very popular type of engine. The vehicle had some modifications in 1992 and a 1.8L engine was introduced for the first time. The third generation (1994-2001) had new ‘bug eye’ headlights which were unpopular amongst Honda enthusiasts so it was revised in 1996 and replaced with standard headlights. The Type-R was introduced in 1995 and was a sporty version of this car. The fourth generation (2002-06) was built on the new K-Series engines and was renamed the Acura RSX in North America. This vehicle was discontinued in 2006.

Model Types


Fuel Economy

The Honda Integra has been available in the following engines: 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8 and 2.0L petrol engines. The smaller sized engines are the more economical but remember to take these other factors into mind when considering fuel economy: age and fuel type. Which engine did you have and how did it perform in terms of fuel economy?


The Honda Integra has been available in 5 or 6 speed manual and 4 or 5 speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox did you have and how do you rate its performance? We have a section of our website dedicated to Honda gearbox parts where you can begin to search for your Integra gearbox parts.


If you are looking for Honda Integra parts then we aim to help you find what you are looking for. You will be hard pressed to find parts cheaper any where else. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers with parts available for all makes and models. You can enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the Integra parts page to locate the exact parts you need for your vehicle.