The Integra 2023 shares the majority of its framework with the Honda Civic Si

More importantly, the 2023 Integra is a far more enticing entry point within the Acura brand than the drab ILX.

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The Integra employs a 1.5-liter turbo I4 engine, which it shares with the Civic Si.

This engine generates the same 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque as the Honda.

The Integra, unlike the Si, comes equipped with a continuously variable automatic transmission.

The Integra's Comfort and Normal settings provide a more comfortable ride than the Civic's.

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The Integra's heavy steering is a joy to handle; it responds quickly and provides plenty of feedback.

Acura equips the Integra with both active and passive safety features.

The cabin of the 2022 Integra is nearly identical to that of the Civic.

The base Integra costs $31,895, plus $1,095 for destination.

The top-tier A-Spec/Tech model costs $36,895 with either a CVT or a manual transmission.

The 2023 Integra is an excellent vehicle. It boasts a reliable powertrain, good driving manners, plenty of technology, and peace of mind.