1990 Acura Integra LS gasoline from North America


265,000 miles and still going


Transmission went bad.

Needed a new alternator.

General Comments:

This car has 265,000 miles and it is still going. It is very reliable and an all around great car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 12th April, 2005

1990 Acura Integra GS 1.8 from North America


I can't recall the mileage during the vehicles fault.

But here are the lists of issues:

Coil in the distributor burned.

All four struts.

Front tie rods.

Brake pads.

Front rotors warped.

Master cylinder.

Windshield wipers.


Floor mats.

Head gasket rings.

Front calipers.

Gas line for gas tank.

Spark plugs.

Spark plug wires.

Gas filter.

Oil filter.

ABS light stays lit.

Air condition compressor.


Front right axle.

General Comments:

The car is very quick.

On a take off I beat a 2003 Lexus GS 400. Then of course the Lexus with its over 200 horses passed me by.

Car handles great on turns. Hard cornering is not bad at all. This car is by far in comparison to my other friend's car the best on gas mileage I squeeze 28 miles in city and 33 miles on highway. Car comes with a sport-shift, (S3) (S4). The only problem is that when this car breaks down, when part is replaced another issue seems to arise soon after. This car is a good four door sedan for a college type student such as I.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th February, 2005

1990 Acura Integra LS 1.8L from North America


The car is neat to drive, but the maintenance costs are overwhelming


The transmission began slipping at the 261,000 mile mark.

The transmission was replaced at 261,150 miles.

The cable for the gear shift went out.

The driver power window motor went out.

The distributor had to be replaced.

The left front wheel bearing went out.

The carrier bearing went out.

The power antenna is faulty.

The car leaks if it rains hard.

The driver seat is badly worn.

The paint had almost completely faded.

General Comments:

This car was bought because of its expected good reliability.

Due to the excessive repair costs, purchasing this car has proven to be a bad move.

The power windows, door locks, power mirrors, cruise control, and power antenna although faulty, still works.

I bought this car for my daughter to provide transportation until she finishes college.

The cost of repairs have now exceeded what we originally paid for the car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 25th January, 2005

26th Jan 2005, 18:15

Automatic trans with all the bells and whistles that's asking for trouble. The most reliable cars are mechanical stay away from the electronics and gadgets.

1990 Acura Integra LS 1.8 from North America


I hope my next car can live up to this one


The clutch went out at 200,000 miles.

Had the timing belt replaced three times.

The ball joints replaced 4 times.

Starter and alternator replaced.

O2 sensor replace twice.

General Comments:

I'm going to miss this car. I bought it straight off the dealer's lot in January 1990 and just wrecked it after almost 15 years and over 225,000 miles. All of them put on by myself. From minus 25 below in Yellowstone to over 130 degrees in the Mohave desert. This car has started and drove through the most hostile environments in the USA. Thank you Acura for a great friend and having me walk away from a accident with just a bruise on my leg.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 15th November, 2004

1990 Acura Integra GS 1.8L from North America


Nice, reliable, fun sports car


Main Relay needed to be replaced due to stalling problems caused by the faulty relay cutting off electricity to the fuel pump.

Leaking oil pan gasket needed to be replaced at 200,000km.

Clutch needed to be replaced at 200,000km.

Rear Hatch struts needed to be replaced at 180,000km.

Antenna mast needed to be replaced at 170,000km due to it binding up and stripping the teeth.

Driver's side master power window switch needed to be replaced at 210,000km due to window not going up.

NOTE: Proper maintenance schedule states that the timimg belt needs to be replaced every 100,000km and valve lash checked every 40,000km.

General Comments:

Good solid car, very reliable.

Vehicle holds a high resale value.

Not very much room in back seats.

OEM parts are fairly expensive.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 28th August, 2004