Acura Integra Engine
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The popularity of the Acura Integra is because the used Acura engine was built by Honda has been wildly successful. The car was a luxury coupe that had huge performance capabilities because it used Honda engines. It was made between the years of 1985 and 2000. This car could carry a maximum of five people, was front wheel driven and came in a two door coupe or a four door sedan variant. The first generation of this car came into the market in Japan in 1985. Originally, it came as a five door and three door hatchback versions. These had a 1.6 liter engine with a 16 valve, four cylinder engine that was available for both hatchback variants. The car became very famous because multiple valve engines that were not common at the time. The European car had a 1.5 liter carburetor motor. The ZC engine of this model was also used in the Honda concerto and these used Integra engines are available on the internet on websites that belong to various auto shops. In Japan, Honda sold the RX- and VX-trimmed models that had a 1.5 liter engine. The Integra is seen as the cousin of the Honda Civic. The Integra of that time had a 113 horsepower fuel injected engine that had 16 valves. This motor replaced the SOCH unit that was previously used on the Honda CRX.
Popular Integra Engines
|Year||Body type||Engine Type|
|2001||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|2001||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 4-speed Automatic||Get Quote|
|2000||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1999||Hatchback||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1998||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1997||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1996||Hatchback||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1995||Hatchback||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1994||Hatchback||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1993||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1993||Hatchback||1.7L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1992||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1992||Hatchback||1.7L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1991||Hatchback||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|1990||Sedan||1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual||Get Quote|
The second generation Acura Integra went into the market in 1990 and exited after three years. This generation saw the first use of the VTEC engines and the B16A motor was used in this generation. This engine had 1.6 liter capacity and gave 158 horsepowers. In 1992, the car received some exterior upgrades and some to the manifold which raised the power to 168 hp. The 1.8 liter Integra motor was introduced in 1991 and this engine gave 138 hp. The third generation ran from 1993 to 2001. The power of this generation’s engine was raised to 142 horsepower. The top model from this generation was the Si marketed in Japan that came with a B18C engine that gave 176 HP. Other models in this family were the DC 2 type R which with a 200 hp engine and the Integra SJ which was the Civic Ferio that had been rebadged for the Japanese market.