Car reviews - Honda - Integra - 3-dr hatch
26 Dec 2001
By BRUCE NEWTON
FRONT seat passengers are looked after with deeply bolstered sports seats which include in-built see-through headrests, while the rear seat is a 50:50 split-fold bench, albeit set up for just two rather than three passengers. The seats and doors are trimmed in a combination of dark cloth and fake leather. The driver's seat is the only one to get height adjustment, but there's no sign of lumbar adjustability. While the wide-opening doors aid access to the rear seats only the front passenger seat gets pedal operation to aid entry and exit, and there doesn't appear to be a memory function which means you'll always be re-setting the seat to your favoured position, rather than it happening automatically. Power window operations are on the armrest - with auto up and down for the driver, while mirror adjustment is on the dash and there are good grabhandles.
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