72000 miles: I had brakes replaced, front and back: $400.
80000 miles: Dented rear quarter panel with my rear while leaning on the car. I weigh 150 lbs.
85000 miles: New timing belt, tuning and water pump, and additional brake work: $750.
93000 miles: With vehicle five years old, I replaced the factory plastic radiator with aftermarket metal part. Estimate by a shop was $450+. Cost for an OEM (Nippendenso) radiator with plastic parts was $200+. The metal aftermarket cost around $120.
105000: ABS system failure. The Accumulator (a part that never fails) failed. Modulator (I think it feeds into the accumulator) also bad. Factory replacement parts cost over $950. Total repair cost $1350. I've heard from another Integra owner who had the same problem. He investigated a junkyard part, but heard that reliability was a problem and labor cost too high to justify the risk.
72000-115000 miles: Occasional soft shift from 2nd to third. Could be going soon...
115000: Brakes due for more work. I will learn how to do them myself.
Super handling and decent performance.
Excellent mileage: Once got 37mpg for an entire tank with a full load and the AC running.
Super cargo handling: the hatchback holds more than most full-sized car trunks.
Good reliability: I think the motor will last forever and the transmission has performed acceptably, given its age, mileage, and stop-and-go traffic.
Road noise, thin sheet metal, braking system.
My worst gripe is the plastic radiator. One would think Honda would realize heat, cold, and vibration are good ways to crack plastic.