Acura works hard to get back to its roots as a luxury and driver oriented brand. Unfortunately, he's lost in his own way for too many years, but considering the second-generation NSX and recently revealed concepts, in particular the stunning Type S concept shown at Pebble Beach last August, the Japanese brand is back to normal. And one of her biggest creations, Integra, still has loyal followers. Integra is considered one of the best front-wheel cars of all time, reaching its peak in the mid-90s.
Integra Type R, known under the name Honda Integra abroad, was introduced to the Japanese market in 1995, and then in a very limited number in the USA. In 1997, only 320 examples were offered in America and, as you can imagine, they were all sold quickly. People knew what they were getting, and one of these buyers thought it was a profitable investment. He thought he was right.