The Honda Integra (sold in some markets such as Acura Integra and Rover 416i) is a produced by the Japanese automaker Honda from 1985 to 2006. It has managed the Honda Quint as the slightly larger derivative of the Civic and each generation the Acura Integra is derived from the current generation of the Civic Center. For more luxury and sports-oriented as the Quint, the Integra was one of the launch models for Acura in 1986, with the legend. Throughout his life, the Integra is highly regarded for its handling and performance. Acura Integra debuted in Japan in 1985 as the Honda Quint Integra, available only at Honda’s Japanese dealer sales channel, Honda Verno before you buy a year later in North America as part of the then-new luxury Acura lineup.
Three and five-door hatchback and four-door sedan bodies were available (only the hatchback versions sold in the US), with a 1.6 L DOHC 16-valve four-cylinder engine fuel both. The engine was the most publicity function of the vehicle, as DOHC, multi-valve engines were common in entry-level models at the moment. In most European countries, is offered only the five-door Liftback, as a replacement for the Honda Quint.
Typically for European Instead grass, only the 1.5-liter 85 PS (63 kW) carburetor engine was available. The five-door Liftback model is also sold in Australia rebadged as the Rover 416i. Except for Britain, Honda offers the more powerful 1.6 DOHC fuel injection engine (in the United Kingdom known as Integra Ex16) in Europe. The ZC engine is shared with the Honda Concerto, which was sold to newly formed Japanese dealer sales channel called Honda Clio, which sells luxury oriented products such as the Honda Legend.
Acura Integra Motorsport
The Acura Integra and Acura RSX has popular in car racing was. RealTime Racing used the Integra Type R and later RSX Type S to compete in the SCCa World Challenge Touring Car class for many years. Several cars were entered British touring car championship season in 2009 and the 2003 Asian Touring Car Series. In 1992, Acura Integra used in Formula One as a safety car at the Canadian Grand Prix.