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Confirmed: All-new 2023 Acura Integra To Start Near $30K

Acura has confirmed that the new Integra will indeed be an entry-level premium car with an affordable starting point. Something the model was the first in history to be many years ago.

Acura confirmed today that its upcoming 2023 Integra will again set the benchmark for affordable entry-level premium performance cars. Acura will begin deliveries of the new Integra in just a couple of months. Acura confirmed that the starting price will be close to $30K.

The 2023 Integra is available for reservation at participating dealers starting right now. The first 500 customers to reserve their next-gen Integra will have the opportunity to claim a nonfungible token from Acura's Virtual Auto Showroom.

Three trim levels will be offered. Integra, A-Spec Package, and A-Spec With Technology Package. AcuraWatch Advanced Safety and Driver Assistive Technology is standard across the line The top trim will include the amazing 16-Speaker ELS STUDIO 3D Premium Audio System we have been astounded by in the Acura vehicles. The Technology package also increases the screen size from 7 to 9-inches and adds wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, Alexa Built-In, Qi-compatible wireless charging and a 5.3-inch Head-Up Display (HUD).

All Integras will be powered by a 200 hp four-cylinder turbocharged engine. A CVT transmission is available on all trims, and the top two trims will have the option of a six-speed manual with matching revs. This powertrain sounds a lot like the one in the Civic SI from Honda, and that is a very good thing.

What's missing? All-wheel drive is not an option, and the two lower trims' Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration require a cable.

The new Integra is one vehicle this former Integra and Civic SI owner simply cannot wait to experience. Look for a full review here soon.

Image of 2023 Integra courtesy of Acura.

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