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The following models are encompassed by this manual: Integra / Acura (Honda Motor Company, Ltd)
1994-1997 Acura Integra RS
1994-1997 Acura Integra LS
1994-1997 Acura Integra GS
1994-1997 Acura Integra GS-R
Front-engine, front-wheel drive
Production year(s): 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
Manual Language: English
Printable: Yes (with all printers)
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• The 1994-1997 Acura Integra was powered by a 1.8-liter DOHC VTEC inline-4 engine.
• The engine produced up to 142 horsepower at 6300 rpm in the LS and GS models.
• In the GS-R model, the engine output was boosted to 170 horsepower at 7600 rpm.
• The Integra offered a torque of 127 lb-ft at 5200 rpm in the LS and GS models.
• The GS-R variant boasted an increased torque of 128 lb-ft at 6200 rpm.
• The car was equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, with a 4-speed automatic option also available.
• It featured front-wheel drive.
• The vehicle had a curb weight ranging from 2,635 lbs for the RS model to 2,840 lbs for the GS-R model.
• The Acura Integra was fitted with a 4-wheel independent suspension system.
• It featured ventilated disc brakes at the front and solid disc brakes at the rear.
• The Integra offered a fuel capacity of 13.2 gallons.
• The vehicle had a compact wheelbase of 101.2 inches.
• It measured 172.4 inches in length, 67.3 inches in width, and 52.6 inches in height.
• The car provided seating for up to five people.
• The Acura Integra was fitted with 14-inch alloy wheels in the LS and GS models, while the GS-R model had 15-inch alloy wheels.
• It offered a cargo volume of 11.2 cubic feet.
• The vehicle was fitted with power windows and door locks.
• It came with cruise control as standard.
• The Acura Integra offered a standard AM/FM/CD audio system.
• It came equipped with dual front airbags.
• The car had a power sliding moonroof.
• It boasted leather seats in the GS and GS-R models.
• The Integra featured power-adjustable side mirrors.
• It came with air conditioning as a standard feature.
• The car was fitted with a tachometer and a trip odometer.
Facts and Details:
- The 1994-1997 Acura Integra was the third generation of the model.
- It was considered one of the best-handling front-wheel-drive cars of the time.
- The Integra was among the top ten cars for resale value in the United States in the mid-90s.
- The GS-R variant was one of the first cars to have a standard engine that could rev up to 8000 rpm.
- The car's design was aerodynamically efficient, with a drag coefficient of 0.32.
- In 1997, the Integra Type R was introduced to the US market, boasting 195 horsepower, making it the most powerful naturally aspirated production car per liter.
- Despite its sporty nature, the Integra was known for its reliability and practicality.
- It was highly rated for its comfortable and well-equipped interior.
- The Integra's 1.8L DOHC VTEC engine was named one of the "10 Best Engines in the World" by Ward's Auto World.
- The Acura Integra was named the "Best Sports Coupe" by Car and Driver magazine in 1994 and 1995.
Maintenance Intervals and Tips:
- Oil changes should be performed every 7,500 miles or 6 months.
- Air filters should be replaced every 15,000 miles.
- Transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000 miles.
- Brake fluid should be replaced every 3 years or 45,000 miles.
- Timing belt replacement is recommended every 60,000 to 90,000 miles.
- Common issues with the 1994-1997 Acura Integra include worn out suspension bushings, worn brake pads, and radiator leaks. Regular maintenance and inspections can help prevent these problems.
Popular Tuning Tips or Modifications:
- Performance air intake for better throttle response and engine sound.
- Performance exhaust systems for improved horsepower and torque.
- Lowering springs or coilovers for improved handling and stance.
- Performance chip for improved engine power and fuel efficiency.
- Lightweight racing wheels for improved handling and aesthetics.
Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
Performance brake pads
High-performance ignition system
Sport suspension systems
Custom interior accessories
Audio system upgrades
Owner Reviews and Opinions about the Strengths and Weaknesses:
Owners often praise the 1994-1997 Acura Integra for its sporty performance, reliability, and fuel efficiency. Its agile handling and fun-to-drive nature are also highly appreciated. However, some owners have mentioned the lack of advanced safety features and cabin noise at high speeds as areas for improvement.
Frequent Repairs Needed:
- Replacement of worn out suspension bushings
- Brake pad replacement
- Radiator replacement or repair
- Transmission fluid change
- Oil change
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