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Car reviews - Honda - Integra - Type R 3-dr hatch



Service Intervals: 10,000km
Three Years/80,000 Kilometres


1.797-litre, Double Overhead Camshaft, 16-valve, In-line Four-cylinder, Fuel-injected
Bore/Stroke: 81.0mm/87.2mm
Compression Ratio: 11.1:1
Power: 141kW at 7900rpm
Torque: 178Nm at 6300rpm


Five-speed Manual


Front: shock absorbers and anti-roll bar, Independent double wishbones with coil springs
Rear: shock absorbers and stabiliser bar, Independent double wishbones with coil springs


Power-assisted Rack And Pinion
Turning Circle: 10.6 metres
Turns Lock To Lock: 3.0


Height: 1320mm
Kerb Weight: 1087kg
Length: 4395mm
Track Front: 1480mm
Track Rear: 1475mm
Wheelbase: 2570mm
Width: 1695mm


Alloy Wheels
Anti-lock Brakes
Central Locking
Driver And Passenger Airbags
Four-speaker Radio/cassette
Recaro Front Seats

Did you know?

The VTEC variable cam timing system was initially introduced to the public in a 1989 Integra model available in Japan only. On sale here from January 1991, the NSX was the first car in Australia to be fitted with the high performance version of the system, followed, in 1992, by the CRX.

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