Fans of feasible, enjoyable luxury cars, rejoice! The Acura Integra is back and promises not only an iconic name, but a really good time. True to the original, the new 2023 Acura Integra prioritizes value, as well as refinement, performance and style. For example, the cheapest Integra starts at $30,800 plus delivery.
Next up in the chain is the Integra A-Spec, which gets a host of style and performance upgrades, starting at $32,800 plus delivery. But even the most loaded 2023 Integra, the Integra A-Spec with technology package, starts at $35,800 plus delivery.
All 2023 Integra models come standard with front-wheel drive and a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine rated at 200 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 192 lb-ft of torque at 1,800-5,000 rpm. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is standard on lower specification models, while the technology-packaged A-Spec is offered with a choice of CVT or six-speed manual transmission. So what else does Acura’s one and only car with a real name get if you tick all the possible boxes?
Features of the fully loaded 2023 Acura Integra A-Spec with technology package include:
- A-Spec Sport Appearance Package
- Electric sliding roof with tilt
- LED headlights, fog lights, taillights and daytime running lights
- AcuraWatch Advanced Safety and Driver Assistance
- Blind spot information with rear cross traffic monitoring
- Proximity sensors front and rear
- Adaptive dampers
- Individual mode for configuring vehicle performance
- Acura Precision Cockpit 10.2-inch Instrument Display
- 9-inch touchscreen center display
- Wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay
- ELS Studio 3D Premium Audio System with 16 Speakers
- Built-in Alexa Compatibility
- Charging wireless device
- 12-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat with 2-position memory
- 4-way electrically adjustable front passenger seat
- Synthetic leather seats with microsuede inserts
- 18×8-inch alloy wheels
The 2023 Acura Integra’s A-Spec Package adds a sportier style to the look of the Integra with the A-Spec Sport Appearance Package, which includes gloss black window surrounds, as well as unique black detailing on the front and rear, a lip spoiler, A-Spec badging on the front fenders and tailgate, and Shark Gray 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the Integra A-Spec models get stainless steel pedals, red needles and contrast stitching on the steering wheel, gear lever and gear lever and seats.
Opting for the technology package (offered only on Integra A-Spec models) upgrades the standard 7-inch central touchscreen to a 9-inch device, and upgrades Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from wired to wireless connectivity. Built-in Amazon Alexa compatibility, Qi-compatible wireless device charging and a front USB-C charging port are also included, as is a 5.3-inch head-up display (HUD). The stereo system also gets an upgrade with the technology package, doubling the number of speakers from eight to 16 with the ELS Studio 3D premium audio system.
The AcuraWatch suite of driver assistance technologies is standard across the Integra range and includes a camera-based system capable of detecting vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles for its Collision Mitigation Braking System. It can also read road signs and improve the performance of the adaptive cruise control system and lane assistance system. The Integra 2023 is also equipped with a new-generation airbag, which is the first in its segment designed to better support and protect the occupants’ head and neck.
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