First year of a new model, I'm sure plant workers are scrambling just to get product out the door. QC will likely get better over time as orders slow down. Good to know dealers are working to make it right.My dealer appointment is Thursday. The tech there who has had integra bumpers off before to install accessories is confident he can get it aligned. It’s just a bit annoying that something so glaring slipped through QC for Acura.
Buy some vinyl and cun/wrap it yourself, someone else here did that and it looks great.I came from a genesis that was built like a tank and refined to the integra. Love the integra but there are definite short comings and attention to detail issues. But, I can accept that at this price point.
Driver side fender / front bumper joint area on mine has the fender sticking up higher a few mm. I can press down on it when it is hot and it will correct itself but will return to its misalignment when it cools / returns to memory.
Piano black surfaces scratch with even the softest of cloths. Can't they put a scratch resistant clear on these surfaces? I hope to find an overlay for the stick shift trim on ebay so that i don't have to stress about finger prints and swirl marks so much. If anyone has found one please let me know.
I've noticed that the seat covers are not of very good quality / attention to detail. I notice poofy areas around bolsters. Also, when looking at the red/black area of the back seats when viewing with the hatch open, they do not line up well. Not the best fit or finish for the seats.
A seat covering should be tight and attractive...these miss the mark.
Also, the plastic around door handles scratches VERY easily. Watch out there!