Acura replaces veteran Integra with high-tech RSX

Rechtin, Mark
June 2001
Automotive News;6/25/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5936, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that Acura will replace the Integra with the RSX sports coupe as its entry-level vehicle in 2002. Price range; Prediction that the RSX will attract younger buyers; Engine specifications; Addition of variable timing control to the phasing of the intake and exhaust cam; Standard features of the RSX.


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