The first generation Acura Integras actually came with two different engines. Although they shared the same engine code ( D16A1 ), there were a few differences. The engine differed in the years 1986 to 1987 and 1988 to 1989. The two engines are commonly called the "Browntop" and "Blacktop" due to the color of their valve covers.What kind of car is a Honda Integra?
The Honda Integra ( Japanese: ホンダ・インテグラ, Hepburn: Honda Integura), marketed in North America as the Acura Integra, is an automobile produced by Japanese automobile manufacturer Honda from 1985 to 2006, and then since 2021. It succeeded the Quint as a more luxurious and sport-oriented derivative of the Civic.Why did Honda stop making the Integra?
The reaction of the consumers towards the discontinuation, however, forced Honda to extend production until July 2006 and produce 150 more Integras. The Acura RSX was discontinued as well, as the RSX did not fit within the confines of Acura's re-structured market strategy.What kind of engine does a DOHC Integra have?
This top spec DOHC VTEC model was complemented by more docile models that used dual-carburetor or PGM-Fi versions of the versatile ZC engine but in the more compact SOHC configuration. Similarly there were base and full options variants of these SOHC engine Integras coded RX/RXi and ZX/ZXi respectively.