Review: Honda Integra (1998 – 2007)

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Very quick car. Huge import industry supplying speed equipment for cars like this in California.

Speed kit and parts not so easy to come by in the UK, but there are some specialists.

Recently Added To This Review

1 September 2004

Restyled and available as 2.0 litre Type S with 160PS, or as 2.0 Type R with 200PS non turbo or 220PS+ with a turbo. Basically same chain cam four engine as Civic Type R and S2000 . Read more

12 February 1998

Integra name revived in Japan for a two door coupe which finally reached UK in January 1998 fitted with a 188bhp 1.8 VTEC. 145mph and 0-60mph on 6.5 seconds. Read more

Honda Integra (1998 – 2007): At A Glance


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Where should I sell my Honda Integra R?

The time has come to part with my Integra R. It has done 79,700 miles without serious problems and I have owned it since March 2001, the second owner. The car was bought new in the UK by the first owner and has never been raced. Apart from some evidence of rust in front of the rear wheels and over one of the rear wheel arches, the car is in excellent condition. My problem is the wide spread of prices because of the age and use of these vehicles, plus Japanese imports. What would be a fair price to ask and how do I protect myself from fraudsters when selling?
To protect yourself, consign it to http://www.sure-sell.info and you will get a straight sale, money in the bank in four days, no hassle. But maybe not as much as you would get selling to a rice rocket enthusiast. Do not let anyone test drive the car without showing you proof that they are insured to do so.
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