I think a lot of the hostility to this car is the resentment of the Si buyer in that Honda stripped so many features out of the Civic Si to put in the Integra which can only be had with an 8 to 9 Thousand dollar price premium depending on sales tax in your state.
Yeah, just about every review I've seen of the Si shows a decidedly firm and sometimes jarring ride. Wish they had kept the adaptive dampers from 10th gen. For that reason alone, I'm giving much more consideration to the Integra.
Yeah would have been perfect to offer manual in all trims, especially base. Still, it's cool that for once you can get all the goodies with the fully loaded Aspec with a manual. Really thinking hard about that Blue.
They still don't show what the price will be for the A-Spec Manual when you go to reserve one. Only has the statement about "starting price" of 30K which of course is the base with the crappy cvt. How can we reserve unless we know the full MSRP for what we are reserving? I would like an exact...
Looks like my plan of getting a base Integra for 30k went out the window. I only want it with a manual and I'm guessing that higher trim will be closer to 35K. I really hope the price difference is only about 2k.
I just really hope they offer it in good colors and not like Honda limited the Sport Touring Manual in only monochrome black, white or grey. I want a manual with a nice Blue, Boost Blue or Agean Blue Metallic is all I want.