2023 Acura Integra PPF

Acura Integra Paint Protection Film PPF at Tint Magic Coral Springs.

2023 Acura Integra PPF – Paint Protection Film. We have installed PPF Suntek Reaction on the complete hood, fenders, bumper, headlights, pillars and trunk for the maximum protection against debris on the road. Tint Magic is located at 11344 Wiles Road, Coral Springs Fl 33076. Call us for a free estimate! (954) 840-7883.

SunTek® Paint Protection Film guards against most road hazards you experience to consistently help maintain your car’s original finish. Our self-healing film stands out in a series of distinct finishes, helping to fend off rock chips, surface scratches, bird droppings and other debris while continuing to look spectacular. We’ve even introduced an advanced 2-in-1 technology that gives our latest product the protective power of both PPF and ceramic coating. SunTek PPF products are tested for performance and durability. All of our film is backed by a manufacturer’s limited warranty1.

2023 Acura Integra:

Honda’s Acura Luxury division has relaunched the iconic Integra nameplate in hopes of finding success in the entry-luxury compact segment. The Integra is fun to drive and offers a slightly more upscale presence than the Civic. Although there’s plenty of parts-sharing with the Honda Civic, Acura has done a decent job of making the cabin look right at home in the brand’s lineup.Heated sport seats wrapped in faux-leather upholstery are standard and feature eight-way power adjustments for the driver. A-Spec models with the optional Technology package add faux-suede inserts to the seats as well as 12-way power adjustments for the driver and four-way power adjustments for the front passenger. The rear seat is spacious enough to comfortably fit two adults, but we noticed a lack of creature comforts—such as rear-seat air vents and heated seats—that may turn off premium buyers.

The price of the 2023 Acura Integra starts at $32,495 and goes up to $36,895 depending on the trim and options.

The new Acura Integra is powered by a 200-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine borrowed from the Honda Civic SI. All models are front-wheel drive and come standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). A-Spec models can be had with an optional six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. At our test track, our six-speed manual A-Spec test car hit 60 mph in 7.0 seconds; the A-Spec with the CVT was 0.1 second slower to 60 mph. An adaptive suspension system is available as well, and the A-Spec model adds an Individual drive mode to the Integra’s drive-mode selector switch which allows drivers to save a customized setting.