Honda Integra Type R (DB8)...

1y ago


If you often find yourself searching for the lesser known cars to come out of Japan, the DB8 Integra has superb appeal. The ‘sensible’ four door option of the popular DC2 ITR, mechanically it was exactly the same and began production in 1995.

Just like a DC2 it’s an involving car to drive with the awesome B18C unit up front and slick close ratio five speed manual that lets the driver race through the gears in such a rewarding manner.

If back in the day you craved a DC2 but the practicality surrounding the coupe shape was stopping you the DB8 alternative was a no-brainer. Those extra two doors could of made all the difference to letting you experience what is still regarded as one of the greatest FWD handling cars ever made.

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