Acura announced that it has begun production of the 2023 Integra at its plant in Marysville, Ohio.
The Integra is powered by a 200-horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four, mated to either a continuously variable automatic or a six-speed manual transmission.
Pricing starts at $31,895, and the Integra will start to reach dealerships in June.
Acura recently revealed pricing for the 2023 Integra, and now production has officially begun for the luxury brand's new entry-level hatchback. Acura announced today that the Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio has started building customer-ready Integras, signaling the return of one Acura’s most beloved nameplates and the return of a manual transmission to the Acura lineup for the first time since 2015.
The Integra is being built on the same assembly line as the larger TLX sedan, and it also shares the Marysville facility with the Honda Accord. This is the first time a car bearing the Integra name has been built in the United States, and it becomes the fifth car in the Acura lineup to be produced in Ohio.
The 2023 Integra comes standard with a 200-horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four borrowed from the Honda Civic Si. The base Integra starts at $31,895 and comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission, but buyers can also opt for a six-speed manual. This requires choosing the A-Spec and technology packages, adding goodies like a limited-slip differential and adaptive dampers but boosting the price to $36,895. The 2023 Integra will start to hit dealerships in early June and Acura is taking reservations on its website.
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