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The Acura Integra is a compact sports car produced by the Japanese automaker Acura from 1985 to 2001. It was introduced as a two-door hatchback and was later also offered as a four-door sedan. The Integra was known for its agile handling and sporty performance, with a range of engines including a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. It was available with either a manual or automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. Throughout its production, the Acura Integra underwent several updates and redesigns, with the latest models featuring advanced technology and refined styling. It was also offered in several performance-oriented trims, such as the Type R, which featured a more powerful engine, performance suspension, and lightweight components. Top competitors include the Civic Si, MX-5 Miata, Celica, 240SX, and GTI. These cars offered similar levels of performance, handling, and styling to the Acura Integra and were popular choices among car enthusiasts and consumers looking for a sporty and fun-to-drive car. The Acura Integra was popular among car enthusiasts for its affordable price, sporty performance, and customization options. It remains a sought-after model among car collectors and enthusiasts today. The Integra's successor, the Acura RSX, was introduced in 2002 but was discontinued in 2006. The Integra nameplate has not been used since the end of production in 2001. The Acura Integra was discontinued in 2006. The MSRP of an Integra in 2006 was $21,160.