The 2023 Acura Integra made its official debut a couple of months ago and the automaker has been trickling out some details about the car ever since. We know what it looks like in different colors, its trim level options, and its powertrain configurations, but no one knew how much the Integra will cost, until now. Acura recently sent out a release announcing that the Integra will hit dealer showrooms in early June and cost in the low-to-mid $30,000 range.
How much with the 2023 Acura Integra cost?
According to the official word from Acura, the 2023 Integra base model will have a starting MSRP of $31,895 (including the destination charge). Those wanting a little more style can step up to the A-Spec trim level, which will cost $33,895. Adding the Technology package will tack on another $3,000 to that bottom line, but surprisingly that $36,895 price tag is the same whether you choose a CVT or a six-speed manual transmission.
Prospective buyers can reserve their Integras now and can expect them to show up in early June, Acura says. The Japanese automaker also included that new Integra owners will benefit from the “Acura Maintenance Program,” which is a complimentary maintenance program that covers any necessary oil changes, tire rotations, or inspections for the first two years or 24,000 miles – whichever comes first.
Stay Tuned: We’ll have more coverage of the forthcoming 2023 Acura Integra as we obtain more information on it.