1993 Acura Integra Price, Value, Ratings & Reviews


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The Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price for any individual used vehicle can vary greatly according to mileage, condition, location, and other factors, but here’s a general idea of what buyers are currently paying for used 1993 Acura Integra models when purchasing from a dealership.

Original MSRP

KBB Fair Purchase Price (nat’l average)

















For reference, the 1993 Acura Integra originally had a starting sticker price of $14,045, with the range-topping Integra GS Sedan 4D starting at $18,660.

Owners give this generation Acura Integra (1990-1993) a 4.5 out of 5 rating, which is higher than most, and 98% recommend it. These figures are based on 169 consumer reviews, like these:

What Owners are Saying About the 1993 Acura Integra

“Absolutely the best car I’ve ever owned”

“I bought this car new more than 20 years ago and have driven it virtually every day since then. In all that time it’s only broken down once (when more than 15 years old, alternator failed). Has never failed to start. Gets about 33 miles a gallon. I’ve replaced tires and mufflers, filters, belts and hoses – just routine maintenance stuff. Engine still runs great. The only problem it has at 21 years old is that the automatic motorization of the antenna doesn’t work anymore and one of the power windows sticks somtimes. For about 5 years now I’ve been thinking something expensive will surely go wrong soon, but it never happens. I’m sure my next car will be a disappointment compared to this one.”

“I love my Acura!!!”

“It drives great! Not had many problems, just minor cosmetic issues, and still drives like the day I bought it! It is a little small for me on the inside, but I love it anyway!”

“hurt me to sell”

“This car is/was my BABY! i bought her with only 40,000 mi in 1996 and now she has 189,000 in 2008 NEVER broken down, still has original 5 speed manual trans. the only minor repair was the master cylinder and fuel pump @ 185,000 mi! She’s quick, fun to drive and the most reliable car! It hurt to sell her! and what a bargain!”

Overall 1993 Acura Integra Quality

User sentiment suggests the overall quality of the 1993 Acura Integra is above average for its class. Owners rated the 1993 Acura Integra quality a 4.6 out of 5.

1993 Acura Integra Reliability

The 1993 Acura Integra receives an average consumer rating of 4.5 overall and a 4.7 for reliability, which means owners consider its reliability to be above average.

Favorite 1993 Integra Features

According to drivers of the 1993 Integra, here are some of its best features:

1993 Integra RS Sedan 2D – city 22 MPG – hwy 29 MPG

1993 Integra RS Sedan 4D – city 21 MPG – hwy 26 MPG

1993 Integra LS Sedan 2D – city 22 MPG – hwy 29 MPG

1993 Integra LS Sedan 4D – city 21 MPG – hwy 26 MPG

1993 Integra LS Special Sedan 2D – city 22 MPG – hwy 29 MPG

1993 Integra GS Sedan 2D – city 22 MPG – hwy 29 MPG

1993 Integra GS Sedan 4D – city 21 MPG – hwy 26 MPG

1993 Acura Integra Safety Features

Showing 6 of 169 reviews.

Reliable, fun to drive, mpg, hatchback design

Won’t last forever (I think!)

Best car I’ve ever owned. If it weren’t for the fact that I’ve had to park it on the street for the past 20 years, in rain and snow, it would look brand new (first 10 years it was garaged). Never had a serious mechanical problem with it, mostly just parts and systems that wore out due to time and mileage. The A/C stopped working after 15 years, but this car still has the original clutch. It’s still fun to drive and gets well over 30 mpg. The hatchback opens to a very roomy space that’s been handy for carrying everything from a refrigerator to a Christmas tree.

Fun on mountain roads

electric seat belt attached to the door frame

I bought this sweet 2-door 1.8L coupe in Mar 2018 from the original owner. They had all the maintenance records and took very good care of this car. I can’t say enough about how nice it rides, heavy like a Honda Accord with a great moon roof and manual. The only drawback for me is the electric seatbelt device that rolls along the door frame when you turn the car on and off. Otherwise, it is as nice as my two Honda Accords (89 and 96).

reliable upkeep cost fuel econ car forum sporty

cup holders, availability of body panels

I have owned 5 integras over the years with my pride being a RHD imported from Japan…does that say anything? The only con (like all say) is no cupholders. Every single one has been more reliable than any GM or Ford I have ever driven. It even made it through the Christmas blizzard we had some years ago when snowmobiles were using the streets! Parts are inexpensive and even beginners with a limited tool set (10 12 14 17 Phillips screwdriver) can make repairs. Each vehicle save the RHD has made it to 300K miles on original engine. What are you waiting for? Find one before its too late!

i love integra…

No major cost on maintaining this car..

I love Integra. my 1st car was a candy apple red 92 acura integra 2D 5speed manual, since 1999 until the mid of this year. then i bought my 2nd car a black 93 acura integra 2D also a 5 speed manual.

Sporty, FUN

Cup holders of course

I’ve gone through about 12 cars in few years because I get bored with them. My teggy is the only car i’ve kept for more than 3 months! I’ve had it for about a year and I paid $1400 for it. It’s fun, strong, great looking, and reliable! I plan on keeping it untill the wheels fall off!..then i’ll put new ones on and keep going 😉

reliability, mpg, fun to drive

No cup holders

Best car I have ever owned! I have owned my Integra LS for 12 years and have no regrets. I purchased originaly for $3,800.00 12 years ago and have never had to perform any major repairs, just standard maintenance. I have 260,000 miles on engine which has never been rebuilt. Still runs great with good gas milage. My gas milage over the years has gone down some but I am averaging around 18-21 MPG city/hwy combined. I have also driven through some snow storms with no problems. My only major con is my paint has worn off. Paint has lasted 20 years so I can’t complain to much.

Curb Weight

2701 lbs.

EPA Passenger

79.0 cu.ft.

EPA Total Interior

95.0 cu.ft.

Fuel Capacity

13.2 gallons

Front Head Room

38.5 inches

Front Leg Room

41.8 inches

Max Seating Capacity


Minimum Ground Clearance

4.7 inches

Overall Length

172.9 inches

Front Shoulder Room

52.7 inches

Trunk or Cargo Capacity

16.0 cu.ft.

Turning Diameter

33.3 feet

Wheel Base

100.4 inches

Width with mirrors

67.5 inches

Alloy Wheels


Moon Roof/Sun Roof


Number of Doors

2 doors


22 mpg


29 mpg


25 mpg



Transmission Type


5 speed



140 @ 6300 RPM


126 @ 5000 rpm


4-Cyl, 1.8 Liter


4 years / 50000 miles


4 years / 50000 miles


4 years / Unlimited miles

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