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Pros Performance Durability Price Looks Plethora of Aftermarket Upgrades Cons Maintenance costs Oil Filter Placement The Bottom Line This car has served me well for over four years and seems poised to continue I could not replace this car with one of similar quality and performance for 15000 Recommended Yes For starters Id like to issue a warning THIS REVIEW IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART AND NEITHER IS THIS CAR When I turned thirteen 1991 I was was introduced to the Integra by a friends aunt It was Black it was fast and it looked good I could bore you with the story of how I came to own my own but Ill be nice and stick with the basics When I graduated from High School in 1997 I got a 1992 Acura Integra GS Coupe It had almost 70K miles on the clock but looked beautiful It has every factory option except an automatic transmission or the GS-R engine I have since added a few minor enhancements CD Bra 15 wheels simple stuff This car was and still is amazing From a distance this car looks good In my opinion it looks better than the 94-present models It is black with black leather inside the rear spoiler and alloy wheels The first impression to the driver when entering the second generation Integra is Focus Every control and display is canted toward the driver and every switch is within a fingers reach The instruments are arranged nicely in front of you and regardless of steering wheel tilt they are always visible The seats in this car are sinfully comfortable especially the GSGS-R seats with adjustable side bolsters and lumbar support and the interior fit and finish would be appropriate for a European luxury car The drivetrain is next on the list of blessings Even at 110000 miles it still runs hard
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