Car reviews - Honda - Integra - 3-dr hatch
26 Dec 2001
By BRUCE NEWTON
THE rubber and metallic look of the dash continues throughout the front of the cabin. The dash is surrounded by very soft dimpled rubber, while the "silver" extends to the power window adjustment, the centre console including the air-conditioning and audio head unit, the bezel surrounding the gearshift and the door handles. It's a good looking and cohesive design which emphasises the sporty nature of the car. But in terms of controls, there's not much to comment on, as the Integra is only basically equipped. There's no sign of such luxuries as parking sensors, driving lights, headlight washers, cruise control, trip computer or steering wheel controls. There is a floor-mounted internal fuel release, but nothing inside the cabin for opening the rear hatch, and there is variable intermittent control for the wipers but no trickery like a rain-sensing function.
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