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2023 Acura Integra Packs Turbo Power, Lots of Tech for Around $30K 

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Following its initial debut in prototype form last November, Acura revealed the production-spec 2023 Integra  

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It's got turbo power, hatchback functionality and whole bunch of creature comforts, and the Integra is expected to start right around $30,000 when it rolls into Acura dealers this spring. 

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Think of the Integra as a more functional, more luxurious version of the new Honda Civic Si -- a car we really like 

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The Integra uses the same 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-4 as the Civic, with 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque, the latter of which arrives at 1,800 rpm 

A continuously variable automatic transmission is standard, and it comes with steering wheel-mounted paddles so you can fake shift through fake gears. 

With its short-throw shifter and automatic rev-matching, the manual is definitely the way to go, though Acura will only offer it on the top-spec Integra. 

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