What's the used Honda Integra coupe like?
It's noisy, it's expensive to run and there's only a very basic provision of equipment, so why do we award four stars to the Honda Integra? Well, once you've driven one, you'll understand.
If you're after an affordable racecar for the road, and you're prepared to make a few sacrifices in comfort to get it, then look no further.
There's seemingly endless grip and traction, which is especially impressive from a front-wheel drive car, and the precision and balance of the handling give any driver the confidence to really push on. The deft touch of the steering and the slick action of the gearshift only add to their enjoyment of the experience.
The cabin is that of a stripped out, uncompromising road racer, so there's none of the creature comforts and extravagant interior design of less serious sports cars. Officially, it's a four-seater, but don't bank on being able to carry more than one friend at a time.