According to the Kelley Blue Book, average private-party pricing for the Acura Integra GS-R ranges from $987 for a 1992 model in fair condition to $2,475 for a 1997 model in excellent condition, as of 2015. The pricing may vary by location and as a result of any aftermarket modifications.
Acura sold the Integra GS-R in the United States over two model generations: 1992 through 1993 and 1994 through 1997. Earlier cars generally sell for cheaper prices, with a 1993 model in excellent condition having a Blue Book Value of $1,687. Pricing for the revised GS-R model starts at around $1,197 for a 1994 model in fair condition, topping out at just under $2,500 for a 1997 model in excellent condition.
As with other high-performance cars commonly driven by enthusiasts, Integra GS-R models often come with extensive aftermarket modifications, such as turbo charging, high-performance clutches and aerodynamic kits. This can have either a positive or negative effect on pricing, depending on the quality of the aftermarket work done to the car.