2024 Acura Integra: Trims and Packages
The Acura Integra returned in 2023 after a long halt in production. The vehicle offered an athletic ride and robust engine power that made the return well worth the wait. This year, the 2024 Acura Integra offers even greater engine power and more standard features than ever before!
2024 Acura Integra Trims
In our 2024 Acura Integra trim comparison, we’ll cover each of the model’s engine options, standard features and optional packages. Offered in three different trims, the new Integra can be tailored to your specific driving needs. Let’s take a look at what each one offers…
The base-level trim has no fancy designation accompanying it. But make no mistake, this entry-level trim is no bare bones offering. Equipped with a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, the vehicle generates 200 horsepower. This engine provides the vehicle with sufficient power, while also offering an incredible fuel economy. While traveling around town, you’ll get about 30 mpg, while speeding down the highway, you’ll get about 37 mpg.
For such a small car, the new Integra comes pack with features. Seating comes with synthetic leather upholstery and heated front seats. The driver’s seat is power-adjustable while the passenger seat is manually adjustable. Also included is a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The infotainment system features a somewhat small 7-inch display with wired smartphone integration capability, Bluetooth and Siri Eyes Free. Listen to audio through an eight-speaker stereo and set a mood with ambient LED interior lighting, or with some natural light through the moonroof. The vehicle also features a 10.2-inch digital gauge cluster, push-button ignition, and keyless entry.
The Integra comes with a huge suite of driver assistance features like forward collision warning, lane departure warning, forward automatic emergency braking and lane keeping assist. Other notable features are blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and adaptive cruise control.
The Integra base trim starts at $31,500. Optional upgrades are available but not really worth the extra money. The heated steering wheel for instance will cost you $495, while the Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel will cost you another $400. Additional options are remote start for $425 and wireless device charging for $300.
The A-Spec trim starts at $33,500. Options from the base trim carry over to this one. The only differences between the A-Spec trim and the base, are sportier styling elements in the interior and on the exterior. Additionally, the A-Spec is equipped with 18-inch wheels and LED fog lights.
However, with the A-Spec you will have the option for the Technology Package. With the technology package equipped, the A-Spec starts at $36,500. From there, you can choose between a CVT or six-speed manual transmission. Seating is upgraded to a synthetic suede upholstery, while the infotainment system is upgraded to a larger 9-inch one. Smartphone integration is wireless with the Technology Package and you’ll also get a Wi-Fi hot spot, three additional USB ports, and wireless device charging.
The Technology Package even doubles the number of speakers, giving you a 16-speaker ELS sound system, along with HD radio and satellite radio. The driver’s seat offers greater lumbar support and power-adjustability. With dual-zone automatic climate control, driver’s don’t have to compromise their comfort for the sake of their passengers.
Lastly, the Technology Package offers more driver assistance features. You’ll get a heads up display, parking sensors, adaptive damper system and rain-sensing wipers – just to name a few.
The Type S, which starts at $51,995, will offer most of the standard inclusions of the A-Spec with Technology Package. It will feature a standard six-speed manual transmission, 19-inch wheels, and a number of sporty upgrades. Among those upgrades are an improved adaptive damper system, front Brembo calipers and a sport exhaust.
The vehicle also features portier interior and exterior styling, front sports seats, and summer tires.