The Acura Integra is a compact sports car offered by Honda’s luxury brand that made its first appearance in the market in 1986. The Integra and Legend were the first two vehicles launched by the Acura brand back in 1986.
The Integra has a 1.5 L VTEC Turbo engine and is offered in 4 different trim levels: Base, A-Spec, A-Spec with Technology (CVT), and A-Spec with Technology (6MT).
This article will discuss where current Acura Integras are made as well as how you can find where your individual Integra was made.
Where Is The Acura Integra Made?
The current model year of the Acura Integra is made in the United States in Ohio at the Marysville Auto Plant. Preceding the 2023 model year, all Integra’s were made in Japan.
Breakdown Of Where Each Integra Model Year Was Made
|1985-1989||Suzuka Plant, Japan|
|1990-1993||Suzuka Plant, Japan|
|1994-2001||Suzuka Plant, Japan|
|2002-2006 (Acura RSX)||Suzuka Plant, Japan|
|2023-present||Marysville Plant, Ohio|
The Integra was rebranded to the Acura RSX for the 4th generation beginning in 2002. However, in 2006 Honda discontinued the RSX due to a change in their marketing plan.
The Integra is coming back (with its original name) onto the market in the United States with the 2023 model year for the first time in 17 years.
Are Any Integras Made In The USA?
Yes, starting with the 2023 model year all Integras are made in the United States in Ohio. Even though Honda is a Japanese vehicle manufacturer, this particular model is totally made in the U.S. starting with the 2023 model year. All older models of the car were made in Japan.
What Manufacturer Makes Acura Integra?
Honda Motor Corporation makes Acura vehicles including the Integra. This company was co-founded by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa in September of 1948 and is based out of Tokyo, Japan.
The Acura brand was established in March of 1986 by Soichiro Honda, and Integra was one of the first vehicles that helped launch the brand.
Where Are Acura Integra Engines Made?
Engines for the Acura Integra are made at the Anna Engine Plant in Anna, Ohio.
Checking Where Your Specific Integra Was Made?
Vehicles have a unique identifier called a Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN). This unique number will help you drill down to where your specific Integra was made.
You can locate your car’s VIN in many different locations:
- The bottom left side of the windshield,
- Inside the driver’s side door,
- On your car’s title,
- On your insurance card,
- Underneath the hood of your car.
The first digit denotes the county where the car was made. Below are the options you are most likely see as the first digit of your Integra VIN:
- J = Japan
- 1,4,5 = United States
Most VIN stickers will also state the county where the car was made. Look for either United States or Japan to be listed on the sticker.
The Acura Integra is being reintroduced to the North American market in 2023. Although previously manufactured in Japan, the 2023 Integra will be made in the United States in Ohio.