1991 Acura Integra GS 1.8L DOHC
Quick, agile, and reliable
Had a valve cover nut-cap snap the stud when I tried to remove it. It was most likely tightened too far by the last person, as these shouldn't be high torque.
Replaced shocks at 145,000 miles.
No major problems.
If it weren't missing all the fancy tech of a new car, I'd never guess it was 22 years old.
The seats hold you nicely, and there's a fair amount of rear seating room for such a small car.
There's a ton of rear cargo space, even with a speaker box in the trunk.
I get much better gas mileage than the EPA ratings for this car; easily in the mid 30 MPG range.
It handles like a dream and has surprising pull for what it is.
P.S. the massive windscreens are wonderful for peripheral vision.
I plan to keep this car forever.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 14th February, 2013