Power is sent to the front wheels in the Integra making for decent traction. Suspension tuning strikes a nice balance between handling and ride. The Integra feels smooth and controlled on twisty roads, but the suspension is still soft enough to soak up all but the biggest bumps.
The Integra bills itself as a compact sport car, and its list of standard features backs up that assertion. Standard items on the basic Integra include a sport ride suspension, pedals, 18-inch alloy wheels, a sport mode with aggressive engine sound and a sport focused throttle and the ability to choose the steering settings. The Integra also offers a comfort mode with ambient lighting, a 10.2 inch digital cluster and a smooth effortless drive. The Integra features an Individual mode as well that allows the driver to customize the specification for a more personalized ride.
Standard features include Apple CarPlay\Android Auto integration, an 8-speaker sound system with Bluetooth, USB, internet radio, a 7-inch touchscreen, a multi-view rear facing camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, powered and heated side mirrors, LED headlights. AcuraWatch is also standard and includes collision mitigating braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.
The A-Spec Tech Package trim also upgrades the radio to a 16-speaker system with HD satellite radio, adds front and rear parking sensors, an adaptive suspension, rear lip spoiler, turn signal indicators in the mirrors, LED fog lights, a 4-way power lumbar for the driver seat, driver seat memory that incudes the side mirrors, a 9-inch touchscreen, wireless device charging, 4 USB ports, head-up display, and rain sensing wipers.
w/A-Spec Tech Package