Hardy underscores the allure of the Integra Type S in its dual capacity as a daily vehicle and sports car. He argues that purchasing

an Integra is a more economical alternative than investing an additional $50,000 in a

utility vehicle and an additional $30,000 in a sports car. The critic lauds

Acura for designing a vehicle with a greater emphasis on the street.

It is a successor to the Civic Type R, and he concludes that Acura did an excellent job

designing the new model. She owns an Integra Type S and is an enormous enthusiast.