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Acura has finally released pricing for its highly anticipated 2023 Integra: The newly revived five-door liftback will start at $31,895 including destination. For the purists out there, don't worry, the Integra will be available with a stick. But you'll have to step up to the most expensive trim to get it.
The 2023 Integra will come available in three trims: A base model, an A-Spec, and an A-Spec with Acura's technology package. Step up from the $31,895 base model to the $33,895 A-Spec, and you get gloss black window surrounds, a lip spoiler, 18-inch alloy wheels, and wider tires. Add the technology package for an additional $3000 and you get a digital gauge cluster, a bigger infotainment screen, wireless charging for your phone, and a head-up display.
All Integras will come standard with Honda's 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four making the same 200 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque, as it does in the Civic Si. Power gets to the front wheels via a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The manual is a no-cost option, but only for A-Spec Integras with the Technology package. So if you want a six-speed, you'll be paying nearly $37,000. Hey, at least Acura also throws in an LSD for the manual cars.
Acura says the new Integra will begin arriving in dealerships in early June 2022.