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The Acura Integra nameplate returned and like the original. it’s once again based on a Honda Civic platform. The regular Integra uses a 200 hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four cylinder. It pairs to either a six-speed manual transmission or a CVT.

Just released is the more potent Integra Type S that has a 2.0-liter turbo that makes a healthy 320 hp. As a true performance car, it includes Brembo brakes and 265/30 R19 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. All versions of the Integra are five-door lift-backs.

Acura Integra Type S Vs Nissan Z Comparison

You’re an OG, I get it. You’ve got the back issues of Sport Compact Car and the prizes from the Fast and the Furious trivia nights to prove it—hashtag family.

But it’s been a few years since you’ve lived your life a quarter mile at a time, and you want to get back into a nameplate you admired from your youth. With about 50 grand to spend in the US (or 60-ish in Canada), you’ve got two very different enthusiast choices from Acura and Nissan.

They’re both turbocharged and blessed with honest-to-goodness six-speed manuals, but that’s about where the similarities between the Acura Integra Type S and the Nissan Z end. One is a front-drive four-cylinder, with genes from the Type R. The other is a classic rear-drive setup, with an additional pair of cylinders and a serious power advantage. One has four doors; the other sticks to two. Which one earns your hard-earned? Let’s find out.

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2024 Acura Integra Type S Review: First Drive

For those who initially questioned the validity of Acura reviving the Integra: here is the 320-horsepower response.

Meet the 2024 Acura Integra Type S. The third Type S in as many years sits atop the reborn ‘Teggie lineup, but approaches performance and fun in a subtly different way from its Civic Type R sibling. Acura is pitching this more as a softer, rounded, everyday driver. So the inevitable question: has it gone too soft? Or has Acura struck gold? I spent a day tracing the canyons around Ojai, California to find out.

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2023 Acura Integra First Drive Review: Five Alive

“Uniquely aspirational, yet attainable.”

That was the original Integra’s mission statement when it helped launch the luxury brand in the mid-’80s. Across four generations—including the RSX, which kept the Integra name in Japan—the Integra sold over 1.1 million units in Canada and the US. Everyone has a story about one, from Acura’s own Emile Korkor (a turquoise second-gen) to this writer (a gold first-gen and black third-gen).

The 2023 Acura Integra launches in a much different market almost 40 years later. That name carries with it many expectations, not least of which is a fun-to-drive character, helped along by decades of deification for the vaunted Integra Type R. Look past the glow of that Phoenix Yellow icon, however, and the rest of the Integra lineup served as an important stepping stone into the brand, and luxury car ownership in general. This latest model sets that target again, with a focus on driver involvement that has slowly slipped away in the segment.

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The 2024 Acura Integra Type S Will Start At $51,995; Reservations Open May 11

The 2024 Acura Integra Type S is more expensive than the Honda Civic Type R.

We’ve been waiting with bated breath for a while now, but now we finally know. Acura’s super hotrod sports hatchback has a price of $51,995 including the destination fee. That’s quite a bit higher than the $44,980 than the base Civic Type R starting price. Yet, that’s about the same distance in price as the Civic Si and Integra A Spec.

Like the relationship between less powerful variants of the Civic and Integra, the Integra’s higher price is partially reflective of its more premium status. For starters, the Integra has five more horsepower than the Civic. Then, its interior...

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Acura Integra A-Spec vs Mazda3 Turbo Comparison: Autoboxes Assemble

What we have here are two hatchbacks looking to separate themselves from their respective histories.

Both the reborn Acura Integra and turbocharged Mazda3 are, fairly or not, judged against what came before. When Mazda dropped its muscular turbo engine into the pretty current-gen Mazda3 hatchback, visions of reborn Mazdaspeed3 clouded some enthusiasts minds. Meanwhile the Integra’s revival had many pining for the buzzy GS-R and Type R of the late ’90s—nevermind that those made up just a tiny fraction of Integra production.

No, these two hatchbacks are not a continuation of past models. They couldn’t be. Instead, both the Integra and Mazda3 target a more premium portion of the market. There’s still more driving fun to be had in either of these than the boggo-spec German alternatives, too. Which one is the better buy? Managing editor Mike Schlee and I spent a week with both to find out.

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Detailed Specs

Engine1.5-liter turbo 4-cylinder / 2.0-liter turbo 4-cylinder
Horsepower200 hp / 320 hp
Torque192 lb-ft. / 310 lb-ft.
Transmission6MT / CVT
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)26-30 mpg / 36-37 mpg
Cargo Capacity24.3 cu ft. Staff Staff

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