2000 Acura Integra Overview
Sport coupes don't come much better than the Acura Integra GS-R. This car makes any driver feel like a hero. It seems to sense what the driver wants and responds accordingly. It's fun to drive and it fills the senses. Open the throttle and the twin-cam growls with authority and revs like there's no tomorrow. The taut suspension helps it slice through corners with precision. Topping $22,200, the GS-R isn't cheap. But it offers performance and refinement for that price. Arguably, no other coupe combines these two qualities so well. Cars that offer more performance for a similar price do not offer the refinement of the Acura. Most people don't need the performance of the GS-R, however, and they can save $3,000 by buying the LS Coupe. Integra sedans offer more practicality than the coupes for a similar price and some drivers prefer the handling balance of the sedans.