The Honda Integra is a sporty, front-wheel drive, three-door hatchback manufactured from 1985 to 2006. The Integra was at times also available as a four-door sedan and five-door hatchback. The United States Domestic Market (USDM) Integra was sold under Honda's Acura division as the Acura Integra, and later (2002-2006) as the Acura RSX. Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) Integras were always sold as Hondas. Over the span of twelve years, Honda produced four generations of Integras. The final generation, 2002-2006, was labelled "DC5."
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DC5 Trim Levels
DC5 Integras generally were available in either "Base" or "Type S" trim. In Base configuration, the DC5 came with a 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder engine making 160 horsepower. Type S cars had upgraded 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder motors making 200 horsepower. In 2005 and 2006, the Type S received a 10-horsepower increase to 210. In the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) a DC5 Integra "Type R" was available.
DC5 Type R Powertrain Specifications
The DC5 Type R was sold with a 2.0-litre inline-four cylinder engine producing 217 horsepower and 152 foot-pounds of torque. The engine's bore and stroke are both 86mm and its compression ratio is 11.5:1. The only transmission offered was a six-speed manual with the following ratios: first gear, 3.266:1; second gear, 2.130: 1; third gear, 1.517:1; fourth gear, 1.212:1; fifth gear, 0.972:1; sixth gear, 0.780:1; reverse, 3.583:1. The vehicle topped out at 146 miles per hour.
DC5 Type R Measurements
The DC5 Type R measures 4,385mm long, 1,725mm wide and 1,385mm high. Its wheelbase is 2,570mm, and total weight is 1173 Kilogram. The fuel tank's capacity is slightly over 13 gallons. DC5 Type Rs have a tire size of 215/45ZR17.
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