What used Honda Integra coupe will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Honda Integra coupe?
Considering the talent that you'll be getting for your money, it's surprisingly affordable. The Integra cost just over £20,000 new, and even for a 2001 example, the youngest you'll find, you'll be paying well under half that at your local dealer.
Running costs won't be cheap, though. The Integra's manic engine may be a lot of fun, but even a sensibly driven car will only provide an average fuel consumption of 32.1mpg. If you can't resist the temptation to drive it harder, that figure will fall dramatically.
The Integra is very expensive to insure, too. An insurance grouping of 18 will mean that you'll part with a massive wedge of cash each year to cover your car. Servicing costs have the potential to hurt your wallet even more. The Integra's hard-working mechanicals need a lot of TLC, and routine servicing needs to be carried out every 6000 miles.
If you drive it hard, be prepared to get through a lot of tyres and brake pads.