27K Miles! One-Owner 1991 Acura Integra GS

After a couple of decades of being in hibernation, Acura reintroduced the Integra again for the 2023 model year. The model name went away for the 2001 model year and was replaced with the RSX. The seller has this 1991 Acura Integra GS posted here on craigslist in Bend, Oregon and they’re asking $18,500. Here is the original listing, and thanks to Kevin for sending in this tip!

Even though the name Integra isn’t what most of us think of when we think of an actual word, it’s so much better than random letters which is the norm today. Or, even back in 2001 when Acura replaced the Integra name with RSX for their fourth generation cars. It’s normal now for vehicles to have “names” that are random letters and sometimes a mix of numbers and letters but some companies still use actual words and names.

This example is a second-generation Acura Integra, known as a Honda Integra in other markets, and they were made from 1989 for the 1990 model year until the end of the 1993 model year. They’re related to the Honda Civic and for this generation, they came in both a four-door sedan and two-door (or, three-door) liftback (or, hatchback) coupe as seen here. This car appears to be in outstanding condition with just 27,283 miles showing on the odometer. NADA isn’t much help on the value as they list a high retail value of $2,500.

Acura offered three trim levels for the North American Integra in 1991: the RS, LS, and GS as with this car. For 1992 and 1993, they also offered the GS-R trim level which is arguably the one to have today. That being said, there’s nothing wrong with a GS trim level, although some might argue with the four-speed automatic rather than a 5-speed manual transmission. The seats appear to be like-new both front and rear and there is a photo showing the sunroof from inside the car.

With glass headlights, you won’t have any yellowing or hazing to worry about. The engine is Honda’s B18-A series, a 1.8L inline-four with 130-hp and 121 lb-ft of torque. The seller says that this is a one-owner car with cold AC, no rust, no dings, no excuses, and no nonsense. It may be the best one out there but would the automatic transmission keep you away? Or, would you do a “pretty easy and inexpensive” manual conversion as the seller mentions?

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