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Bring a Trailer Bargain of the Week: 2005 Acura RSX Type S

If the regular 2021 TLX isn’t sporty enough for you, don’t worry, because Acura is about to release the TLX Type S. And it promises to be the first of several upcoming Type S models. However, this isn’t the first time the Japanese luxury brand has used that moniker. And this week on Bring a …
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This Acura Integra Type R Sedan Is 1 of the Rarest Hondas You Could Ever Own

The Acura Integra Type R was one of the most revered and rarest cars that the brand ever produced, but this 1995 Honda Integra Type R sedan is even rarer. Imagine taking the high-revving engine, tight suspension, and racecar driving characteristics from the Integra Type R coupe and sticking them into a more sensible sedan …
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Watch the RealTime Racing Acura Integra Type R Return to the Track

There are some combinations in life that go together too well; peanut butter and jelly, chicken and waffles, cereal and milk, just to name a few. But when it comes to racing, the combination of the parts used on the car is as important as the race team that builds it. Such was the case …
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Acura’s Rarest Model Isn’t the Integra Type R

Ask any import car enthusiast what the rarest Acura vehicle ever produced was and they will probably answer, “The Integra Type R.” And rightfully so, as that model was only produced in limited numbers and for a limited amount of time. However, if you look a little deeper in the Acura production timeline, you’ll find …
2001 Acura Integra Type R

How the Acura Integra Started the Type R Legend

Some automotive badges have become short-hand for high performance. BMW’s M, Mercedes’ AMG, and Nissan’s GT-R. There’s also Honda’s Type R. In addition to sports cars like the S2000, in the 90s and early 2000s Honda offered stripped-down, souped-up versions of cars like the Civic and NSX supercar. Unfortunately, the US didn’t receive a Civic …