2000 Acura Integra Type R Hatchback 3-door 1.8l on 2040-cars
Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States
I have a rare Acura Integra Type R. There were only 3823 of the US models, of which there were only 1347 made in 2000, and a total of 572 are in the Flamenco Black Pearl.
USDM 2000 Integra Type-R.
Original b18c5 motor and lsd transmission with matching vin stamps that match that of the car.
I was told it had a oem rebuild 8k miles ago, but no receipts or proof.
It has aftermarket exhaust headers and Apexi exhaust.
It has some sort of aftermarket coilovers, so it is lower than factory ride height.
There are no tears in the front or back seats. There are no cracks or any fading on the dash. Everything in the interior (except trunk area) and exterior are in excellent shape.
The car runs flawlessly, vtec crosses at 5700 rpm.
-The previous owner bondo'd the key whole to get in the trunk for some reason, so it needs a trunk popper or a new lock from a donor car.
-The plastic cover that goes over the tail light area in the trunk is missing, and the board that goes over the spare tire broken.
-The abs light is also on. I haven't looked into why yet.
-There are small dimples in the hood over the latch area that appear from someone trying to close to hood too hard.
-There is a small exhaust leak somewhere under the car. -It has a rebuilt title.
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Before you watch it, make sure your speakers or headphones are turned up, because what the low-resolution video lacks in visual quality, it more than makes up for with its audio of the NSX's exhaust screaming as the car tackles Mid-Ohio. And at the end of the video, the caption reads "watch the NSX racing prototype take a lap."
Acura isn't joking either. From what we hear, the car is expected to take one lap before the race and then disappear for the weekend. Scroll down to see and hear the NSX in action.
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New for the 2014 RDX, Acura has included even more technology to the standard models, including a push-button starter, rear-view camera and an updated audio system that delivers Pandora Internet radio, SMS text messaging and Active Noise Control. Buyers will still be able to add all-wheel drive and the optional Technology Package. Scroll down for a press release breaking down more features of the 2014 RDX and complete model pricing.