The turbo needed to be refurbished at 80,000KM (which is not too bad)
The clutch has been changed twice in four years.
I purchased my Integrale in 1996 after seeing a picture in CAR magazine. (I had bought an 8 Valve Integrale the year before, because it was cheap!) But I was new to the Integrale marque, so when I saw a picture of an Evo that was it, I must have one of them!
It is fantastic to drive, I have spent thousands on improvements, Arbarth chip, Racing head gasket, Tar-ox drilled & grooved disc's all round, nylon bushes ever where (they really do make a difference), LEDA coil-over shocks all round and more.
The car now has 270BHP and 300Lbs of torque (the Arbarth chip give 1.4 Bar of boost from 2400RPM), but is still fine in heavy traffic and around town.
A friend of mine sums it up best in his words " It looks like it was designed by Aliens!" I think he is right, it is a time less classic. With a fantastic racing history. Long live Lancia!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 28th October, 2002
1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 2.0 8v turbo
This is the most exhilarating car I have driven and owned!
Soon after purchasing the car, it burnt out an exhaust valve.
The boost has been increased to 1.25 bar without increasing the fuel pressure!
A rear brake caliper seized and the alternator had to be replaced.
However in the last 2 years, virtually nothing has gone wrong, with the only cost being servicing and MOT's.
After seeing the Integrale as a rally car I had to have one. It took me 2 years to find mine (a white 8v Evo originally for the German market) and I still get an enormous thrill driving it.
The original cat has been removed and a amazing 1 piece exhaust (to the back box) has been fitted.
It runs on 17" Ronal alloys with Avon ZZ1's. It has the quick change gear selector and white dials.
The interior is black leather with Recaro seats. The car was cosseted by its previous (German) owner, with bills to prove it, with some nice engineering touches.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 19th December, 2001
1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo 1 2.0 turbo
Cheap supercar eater
Small hole in the back box and front pipe of the exhaust at 96,000kms.
Clutch slave cylinder failed at 95,000kms.
Front right wheel bearing and hub replaced at 96,000kms.
This car goes like a rocket and handles like no other car I have been in.
Have left many Audi TT's, M3's and others, off the lights and left them for dust down twisty country roads.
People constantly stare at it everywere I go. I can't stop looking at it myself!
Main downfall is the fuel consumption (around 12mpg) if it is driven hard often (this is what it was designed for).
I use it every day of the week and never get bored of driving it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 19th September, 2001
12th Nov 2001, 02:14
You poms don't know how lucky you are.
We don't get cars like this in the land of Oz.
20th Jan 2002, 05:29
I had an Evo too, and he is right.
21st Mar 2007, 07:03
'How can this car leave an m3 when it does 0-60 in 6 seconds.
M3 = 0-60 5.2 seconds.'
What a constructive comment...NOT. Save your magazine facts for a different car review, you're not talking about a chavvy VTS here.
The Integrale was and always will be one of the greatest cars ever built.