1994 Honda Integra
Stock # 5313
The Honda Integra is still one of the most recognizable sport compact cars on the road today. The sporty aesthetic, superb handling, decent ergonomics, and world-class reliability made this an iconic model. This 1994 Honda Integra sedan is finished in a sexy Vogue Silver Metallic (NH-550M). The body is in good shape aside from a few light dings and is accented by some OEM rainguards and a set of six-spoke alloys. With only a mere 22k verified and documented miles, this recently serviced four-door is barely broken in! Well equipped, collectible, and fun this sporty Honda is a top-tier Japanese Classic that won't last long!
The interior is refined, spacious, and easily accommodates five passengers. Although the size of the vehicle is compact, Honda maximized the interior space to provide plenty of leg and headroom for its occupants. The dash is intact and has held well up against the tests of time with no bubbling or cracking to note. The automatic climate control blows cold A/C, and the heat works too, for these long winter months. The OEM radio functions properly, is easy to use, and supplies some tunes to the cabin if called upon. The seats are trimmed in a soft black cloth with light grey seat inserts, which are comfortable on long journeys. The seats are in good nick and lack any major rips, stains, or tears. The same can be said for the carpets and headliner which have stood up well to any abuse. The OEM floor mats remain and are a nice touch for the next owner to keep. It is clear that the previous owner took pride in the ownership of this Integra, and it shows. Aside from the minor tears on the rear driver-side door cards, it's hard to complain about the cabin. The interior has plenty of power amenities to offer so that you will be comfortable when you are behind the wheel. Electric windows, power-folding mirrors, and locks all work as they should, making daily use enjoyable. The trunk is fairly large and adds to the four doors cargo capacity and includes a spare tire.
Honda's B-series engines are bulletproof and the mechanicals are simple and straightforward. Powered by the venerable B18B 1.8L 4-cylinder engine this sedan can get down and boogie. The engine fires up with a twist of the key, thanks to the new 12v battery and a set of new spark plugs. Mated up to the engine is a 4-speed automatic transmission that shifts crisply and without any hesitation. The transmission delivers smooth shifts through each gear without harsh transitions and delivers an exceptional driving experience for a 28-year-old sedan. Upon our inspection here at Japanese Classics, our technicians performed some preventative maintenance items so that the little Honda can hit the road immediately. New valve cover gaskets along with an oil and filter service were done here in house for some additional peace of mind. Power is sent to the front wheels and this sedan is peppy and accelerates well. A set of 14" Gusti'o Alloy wheels dresses up the exterior and brand new tires were installed on all four corners. The new rubber quiets down the road noise filtering through the cabin and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come. The suspension rides decently and we did change the front right lower control arm, brake caliper, and inner and outer tie rods while giving the running gear a refresh. The Integra now drives really well and is ready for its next chapter in life.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.