Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to represent this Right
Hand Drive1988 Honda Integra! The Honda Integra, marketed in North
America as the Acura Integra, is an automobile produced by the
Japanese automobile manufacturer Honda from 1985 until 2006, and
then since 2021. Car and Driver magazine named the Integra to its
annual Ten Best list six times: in 1987, 1988, and 1994 through
1997. The first-generation Acura Integra came with 1.6-liter DOHC
16-valve 4-cylinder (D16A1) engine which received an update
mid-cycle. The 86-87 engine is commonly called the "Browntop" while
the 88-89 engines are referred to as the "Blacktop" due to the
color of their valve covers. The improvements in the "blacktop"
engine included lighter rods, domed pistons for slightly higher
compression, and an electric advance distributor (the "Browntop"
came with a vacuum advance distributor). The overall gain in
performance was about 5 hp for 118 hp. The Integra received a minor
facelift for the 1988 model year which featured slightly reshaped
indicator lights, an improved climate control system and an update
of the instrument clocks. This was the only generation to offer 3-,
4-, and 5-door models. Production of the 5-door liftback ceased in
1988.This particular 1988 example is powered by the famous 1.6
Liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder backed by an automatic transmission.
Finished in Silver over two-tone cloth interior, this right hand
drive JDM import is sure to catch the attention of Integra
enthusiasts. Showing just under 50,000 Kilometers (undocumented),
this Integra has plenty of life and fun to give! Power brakes,
power steering, A/C, and a slick top roof make this sport 80s
classic a blast to drive. If you are in the market for a reliable
JDM import for your driveway, this 1988 Honda Integra is the first
generation of a cult classic!