The Honda Acura Integra RS DC4 is a three-door/front-engine/all-wheel-drive sportscar designed by Honda and assembled in Suzuka, Japan, from 1994 to 2001. This Liftback Coupe features a 1.8L naturally aspirated DOHC B18B engine coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission, delivering a maximum output power of 140 Hp and 172 Nm of torque. The car accelerates from 0-60 Mph in 6.7 seconds, reaching speeds as high as 145 Mph. It has a curb weight of 2643Lbs, a combined fuel consumption of 8.7L/100Km, and a weight-power ratio of 8.3kg. Overall, the Integra RS represents an affordable, low-maintenance ride with good reliability and impressive results on the tracks.
The Honda Acura Integra RS DC4 comes out of the factory with a power-assisted rack and pinion steering type. It includes an independent double-wishbone, coil springs, stabilizer bar suspension type and ventilated discs, and a dual diagonal power-assisted brake system for stopping power. It also features Cast-aluminum alloy wheels for P195/60/R14 – 195/55/R15 tires. A set of standard features such as a cassette player, a rear window defroster, and a tiltable steering wheel were revolutionary back in the day. The Honda Acura Integra RS DC4 is still a popular sport among young people who want to modify their vehicles with aftermarket parts at a low cost and is an all-time must-have Japanese icon.