1992 Acura Integra GS 1.8 DOHC LS from North America


All around great car!


Had a leak that wet the passenger floor and backseats. Every Integra of that model year had that problem.

Needed a new relay after a year of driving it. No oil leaks.

When it was cold out and you put the car in park, the shift light wouldn't always go in park and you couldn't take the key out. It had replaced the piece that was the problem, but it kept happening.

Only got rid of the car because it was broken into a few times and I was tired of replacing windows and wheels :(

General Comments:

No serious mechanical problems. Great for first car or any car for that matter. Just wish it was manual.

Comfortable ride, and they have great motors.

The few problems I did have wouldn't cause me to not get another one

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 13th April, 2009

1992 Acura Integra GS-R 1.7L DOHC VTEC from North America


Best overall GS-R Integra


Things wrong with the car when I bought it from a dealership, was that oil was heavily leaking bad from the head gasket area. That's what I thought it was at first. Later found out it was the v-tec solenoid leaking. So I replaced the little rubber seals and solved the problem.

Except for that, the V-Tec engaged only in first gear, so after that it would stop. Never got it fixed, so I kept on deciding to drive like that until my distributer went out, by turning the ignition off while I was on the road driving, and turning it back on, so it would reset the v-tec to engage again over and over. So if I would use v-tec it would engage and the check light would come on, after that I can't use v-tec anymore, so I would have to shut off the car to use v-tec again.

Everything else was fine. Seats/interior/exterior. I was first to modify it after some 14 or 15 years A+

General Comments:

This car is an beyond excellent. Best Integra I've played with between the USDM market Integras. Wish I never sold it. Very smooth car and fast. V-tec loud and pulls hard.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 8th September, 2008

1992 Acura Integra GSR 1.7/1.8 from North America


I have Honda tattoos...Period


Cam seals leaked a little.

General Comments:

First of all this car really does accelerate in 6 seconds to sixty. I know this for fact.

I have small things done to it.

1.8 Liter gsr b18c1 block.

1.7 Liter gsr head.

AEM cold air intake, DC Sports exhaust, Mugen Header, Tein Springs, Team Dynamics 17" Rims.

It runs really well and can beat a lot of cars...

The interior is well setup and the overall layout of the car is excellent.

Especially for 1992.

Plus the added bonus that only 1500 were made...

That makes it a classic in my book.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 3rd April, 2008

1992 Acura Integra LS 1.8 from North America


Every time I drive it, it reminds me of why I love it and continue to hold onto it


Radiator at 185,000.

Clutch adjustment at 191,000.

Clutch at 150,000.

Axles at 100,000.

General Comments:

This has got to be one of the highest quality cars out. It drives like new, interior (I swear this is true) shows no signs of wear and it never lets me down. My dad gave me a hard time about the mileage recently so I took him for a ride and he couldn't stop commenting on how solid the car felt. (He owns a 2003 TL Type S) I agree she has a ton of miles, but I can't bring myself to get a car that I would drive anywhere, anytime without hesitation.

These cars handle really well. It is surpirising that these cars aren't that expensive to get into. It does understeer (probably more the choice of tires) but it has great balance, feedback, and does not get unsettled. The steering has great feedback and off-center feel and the brakes as well. I am very comfortable with this car in the canyons and I believe you would be surprised as well. (Yes I have been to H.P. driving school)

The great thing is it accelerates very well and still gets 35 MPG with this many miles! I can fold the seats down and carry tons of stuff as well. My first Integra went 214,000 before I sold it and was easily as durable as this one. I just won't consider another type of car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 2nd October, 2007

28th Jul 2009, 22:08

I own a 1992 Acura Integra - 215,000 miles. I bought the car back in 1995 and had it ever since. It the best, most reliable car that I ever owned. I continues to perform like new and gets 30 mile per gallon - what's better than that. Repairs are very minimal and inexpensive. A main relay $185 repair was my last repair. I am confident that my car will easily reach 300,000 miles. One flaw - no cup holder.