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Have You Driven the 2001 Acura Integra? 1 - 8 of 8 reviews Really reliable car! by Javier R. from Garden Grove, CA on Mon Jul 11 2011 I have owned my 2001 acura integra gsr for about 4 years now ...5/5
2001 Acura Integra Type R — My car is completely stock except for the Falken Azenis tires. I autocrossed it regularly for a couple of years a couple of years ago. Now its mainly a garage queen/ nice weekend weather vehicle.Ratings: 21
Dec 22, 2011 · Motor Trend reviews the 2001 Acura Integra where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. Find local 2001 Acura Integra prices online.Body Style: Coupe
Mar 22, 2001 · Price, performance, and refinement aren’t always compatible attributes, but Acura has successfully combined all three in the Integra family of coupes and sedans. Smart-looking, comfortable, and fun to drive, any Integra represents a satisfying choice. Our favorite is the GS-R: sport coupes don’t come much better than this.
Aug 13, 2013 · Ian Royle is with Andy Bradshaw, who wants to spice up his life with a newer faster car. He takes a Honda Integra Type-R for a test drive to see if it's the car he's looking for, plus Richard ...
Video Here's Why the Acura Integra Type-R Is Shooting Up in Value The Acura Integra Type-R was a special 1990s car -- and the market is starting to realize it. Car News Acura Integra GS-R: America, Meet VTEC Here's the story of Honda's VTEC system and how it came to the United States.
2001 Acura Integra Type R Acura's smallest and least expensive model, the Integra was designed as competition to the Volkswagen Golf GTI . Launched alongside the Legend, the Integra was part of the brand new Acura division, the upscale division of Honda.
Mar 01, 1997 · At a blaring 8400 rpm, the Acura Integra Type R's pistons are pedaling at about 80 feet per second—much higher than the commonly accepted threshold of 67 feet per second.Displacement: 110 cu in, 1797 cc