Honda Integra: The Improved Interior
Honda Integra was a sports car (also sold as Acura Integra), manufactured by Honda- the Japanese automobile giant. The vehicle was manufactured in the year 1985, and discontinued in the year 2006. Integra proved that it could compete with other global luxury car makers with respect to design, comfort, and quality.
Integra's perfect balance of performance and reliability made it a prompt hit, specifically among the buyers looking for a better and cheaper alternative for all the German cars.
The automaker solidified its place in the luxury market and also altered its complete marketing strategies to get a bigger chunk of market share. Integra was highly regarded for its performance and handling, and it was the name used by Honda to refer to VT250F motorcycle and it is currently used to refer to scooter variant - NC700 series.
Integra stood best in the top ten lists for six times-1987, 1988, and 1994 through 1997. The 3rd generation Integra cars are regarded as used vehicles and they are reliable. These cars became more popular because they gave great opportunity to car enthusiasts to modify the car with aftermarket parts, and enhance their performance by significant margins.
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Technical Characteristics of Honda Integra
Technical Characteristics of 2001 Honda Integra Type R produced by Honda (JP).
|Body Type||Saloon (sedan) 4 doors / 4 seats|
|Front Track||1482 mm|
|Rear Track||1480 mm|
|Ground Clearance||116 mm|
|Fuel Capacity||50 liters|
|Drive Wheels||Front wheel drive|
|Steering||rack & pinion|
|Fuel Supply System||Honda PGM-Fi|
|Max Power||189HP (139 kW) @ 7900 rpm|
|Max Torque||178Nm @ 7300 rpm|
|Cam Design||DOHC - Double Overhead Camshaft (per bank)|
|Valves per cylinder||4|
|Standard Wheels||6JJ x 15 / 6JJ x 15|
|Standard Tyres||195/55 R 15 / 195/55 R 15|
|Number of gears||5|
|Acceleration 0-100 Km/h||6.7 seconds|
|Acceleration 80-120 Km/h||n/a|