The 1995 Acura Integra bears a sporty design, comfortable interior, great standard features, and excellent performance that stand out among the competition. A reliable vehicle available as a sedan or a two-door hatchback, it comes in four models, including the new Special Edition, which features luxury additions. The Integra’s wide range of styles and models makes it competitive in the market, offering a little something for everyone.
Well-known for its durability, the 1995 Acura Integra needs very little maintenance over time, which compensates for the high price of its aftermarket parts. Its seemingly modest 1.8-liter V-4 delivers quite a performance, offering great acceleration. It is a zippy car that is fun and easy to drive.
Body Styles: sedan, coupe
Engines: 1.8-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual
Models: Acura Integra RS, Acura Integra LS, Acura Integra Special Edition, Acura Integra GS-R
The 1995 Acura Integra Special Edition debuts this year, which includes leather interior, larger 15-inch tires, and rear spoiler. The LS model now includes a power moonroof as well.
Available in either a four-door sedan or a two-door hatchback coupe, the 1995 Acura Integra has a sleek and sporty design. The RS and LS models include 14-inch wheels and the Special Edition and GS-R feature 15-inch alloy wheels. The hatchback version of the Integra Special Edition also includes a rear spoiler.
Interior features vary between models of the 1995 Acura Integra. All models feature bucket seats, tilt steering wheel, power steering, remote trunk release, dual airbags, tachometer, power antenna, AM/FM/cassette audio system, power windows, and power door locks. Cloth seating is included on all RS, LS, and GS-R models, while the Special Edition is equipped with leather seating. All models except the RS include air-conditioning as a standard feature. The GS-R and Special Edition also come with a power moonroof.
Performance & Handling
Equipped with a 1.8-liter V-4, the 1995 Acura Integra produces 142 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of torque. The modest V-4 delivers outstanding performance and acceleration. Although a five-speed manual transmission is standard, a four-speed automatic is optional. It zips through traffic with ease, and offers excellent steering and handling as well. In addition to its performance, it gets an impressive 28 mpg on the highway.
Safety features for the 1995 Acura Integra which are included as standard equipment include driver and passenger front airbags and four-wheel anti-lock brake systems (ABS).
EPA Fuel Economy
Acura Integra: 22/28 mpg city/highway
- Reliable vehicle, requires little maintenance
- Excellent gas mileage
- Excellent acceleration and handling
You Won't Like
- Aftermarket parts can be expensive
Sporty and reliable with excellent performance.
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