Pros: Nice sporty feel.
The '99 Acura Integra is one of the best cars that I have ever had the chance to experience. If you're a person who has had an older Acura, you need to get the updated '99 Acura with all of the new specs and performance. The difference in the '99 and the older ones is really spectacular, and amazing. Although there are too many features to list right now I can provide you with some of the more updated things that you might need to know.
Here are the things about the performance that you should know:
Powertrain Transverse front engine/front-wheel drive with equal-length halfshafts
Alternator 90-amp max
Battery 12V, maintenance-free
Engine Block Aluminum alloy with cast-iron cylinders
Cylinder Head Aluminum alloy
Emission Control 3-way catalytic converter
100,000-Mile Tune-up No scheduled tune-ups for 100,000 miles*
LS, GS 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder, 16-valve, DOHC
GS-R 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder, 16-valve, DOHC with Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC?) system
Horsepower SAE NET
LS, GS 140 hp@6300 rpm
GS-R 170 hp@7600 rpm
Torque, SAE NET
LS, GS 124 lb-ft(17.1 kg-m) @5200 rpm
GS-R 128 lb-ft(17.7 kg-m) @6200 rpm
LS, GS 6800 rpm
GS-R 8000 rpm
Bore & Stroke
LS, GS 3.19 in x 3.50 in (81 mm x 89 mm)
GS-R 3.19 in x 3.43 in (81 mm x 87.2 mm)
LS, GS 112 cu in (1834 cc)
GS-R 110 cu in (1797 cc)
LS, GS 9.2:1
LS, GS Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
GS-R Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) with dual-stage intake manifold
LS, GS Electronic Ignition
GS-R Electronic Ignition with knock sensor
LS, GS 4 valves per cylinder, belt-driven, dual overhead camshafts
GS-R 4 valves per cylinder, belt-driven, dual overhead camshafts with VTEC?
The comfort of this car is amazing. The top of the line GS-R leather makes your ride not only enjoyable, but soothing at the same time.
The grace of the drive-train would be the same as racing down a straight away as if you were the only one on the road.
The mileage is okay for a sports car, but it is worth the gas money for this ride.
The maintenence of the '99 Acura Integra is nothing major, only a few minor oil changes when neccessary; at least every three months (recommended) which is not a major hassle.
Well there is really nothing more to say about this great car. I recommend this car for people who really like a good deal. I also recommend this car for people who have " the need for speed!!!!!"