This all comes from when the suns start rising and with a dawn of new light arises new hopes, for Acura, it is the relaunch of the iconic 2023 Acura Integra. Matched with Honda‘s Terrain but unmatched performance, the new Integra comes out more updated and fresh as ever. Being the luxury entry level sedan, this short-shot runs against the Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz CLA-class.
Acura’s revived Integra is an all new model for 2023 and is expected to go on sale in June 2022.
Engine, Top Speed, Performance, 0-60 Mph
The new Integra is powered by a 200-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine borrowed from the Honda Civic Si. All models are front-wheel drive and come standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). A-Spec models can be had with an optional six-speed manual transmission.
As an entry level, the Integra manages to do the 0-60 mph for around 7.2 seconds, which can be improved only if they got a better engine.
- 0-60 mph: 7.2 seconds
- 1/4-Mile: 15.4–15.7 sec
- 100 mph: 17.2–17.5 sec
- Top Speed: 130–135 mph
According to the EPA, the most efficient Integra model is the base car with the CVT which is rated for 30 mpg city and 37 mpg highway. Such ratings will allow the Integra to go up against its key rival, the Audi A3, which is rated for 29 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. Step up to the A-Spec trim with the manual transmission and fuel economy estimates fall to 26 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.
Wheelbase: 107.7 in
Length: 185.8 in
Width: 72.0 in
Height: 55.5 in
Passenger Volume: 96 ft3
Cargo Volume: 24 ft3
Curb Weight (est): 3100–3200 lb
The Acura has decided to have a very critical pricing with the variants, where the Base starts from $31,895, A-Spec for $33,895 and the more functionable A-Spec Technology for $36,895.