Acura has released pricing and launch details on their upcoming Integra compact sedan, starting at $31,895 and arriving at dealerships early June.

That MSRP is for the base model, simply referred to as the “Integra,” and it includes the $1,095 destination charge. The next step up is the Integra A-Spec, starting at $33,895; the A-Spec can be equipped with a Technology Package, taking the price up to $36,895. This model can also be optioned out with a six-speed manual for no extra charge.

The Integra returns as a five-door liftback sedan, powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged VTEC engine. This totals out to 200 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. History repeating itself, it shares this engine and its platform with the latest Honda Civic-- not like that’s a bad thing, as the Honda Civic won our 2022 Drivers’ Choice Award for Best Family Sedan.

We’ve gone over many of the features of the new Integra and its various trims in a previous edition, but what’s new is the Acura Maintenance Program (AMP). This covers most factory-scheduled maintenance for 2023 model-year Acura owners, including the Integra, for the first two years or 24,000 miles of ownership. It will be indicated by the vehicle’s Maintenance Minder system, and includes services like oil changes, tire rotations and multi-point inspections. AMP is fully transferable to subsequent owners while active.

We can’t wait to get our hands on the 2023 Acura Integra; we’ll have more updates on this revived legend soon on MotorWeek!