DC5 Honda Integra Type R

Posted on November 17th, 2010 by Shenron
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DC5 Honda Integra Type-R (2001 -)

The fourth generation Integra, produced from 2001 on, was renamed the Acura RSX for the United States, Canada and Hong Kong in accordance with Acura’s new alphabetical naming scheme. It also had an entirely new engine, the K-series. The Integra came in two models in the United States, the RSX base model, and the RSX-S boasting the K20A2 engine from 2002 to 2004, while the 2005 and 2006 RSX-S came with a K20Z1. The RSX was still sold as a Honda Integra in Japan and Australia, markets where Acura did not exist.

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In March 2006, Honda announced that the Integra would be discontinued in June after its final 300 cars were sold, due to the shrinkage of the coupe market. The reaction of the consumers towards the discontinuation, however, forced Honda to extend production until July 2006 and produce 150 more Integras. The Acura RSX was discontinued as well, as the RSX did not fit within the confines of Acura’s re-structured market strategy, and that the introduction of the similarly powerful and less expensive 2006 model-year Honda Civic Si was there to fill in the gap left by the RSX. The Civic-based Acura CSX was also produced in Canada.

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Integra JDM Type R commercial

The Integra accelerating from 40 mph


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