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1987 Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8V vs. 1980 Audi Quattro 10V - comparison retro road-test 2020 Olgun Kordal and Drive-My EN/UK

 

1987 Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8V

Sold/number built 1987-’1989/9841 (8v only)

Construction steel monocoque

Engine iron-block, alloy-head, dohc 1995cc 8v ‘four’, Weber fuel injection and Garrett T3 turbocharger with intercooler

Max power 182bhp @ 5300rpm

Max torque 224lb ft @ 3500rpm

Transmission five-speed manual with integral centre differential, AWD

Suspension MacPherson struts, anti-roll bars

Steering power-assisted rack and pinion

Brakes 11 ¼ in (284mm) ventilated front, 9in (227mm) solid rear discs, with servo

Length 12ft 9 ½ in (3900mm)

Width 5ft 7in (1700mm)

Height 4ft 6 ¼ in (1380mm)

Wheelbase 8ft 1 ½ in (2480mm)

Weight 2793lb (1267kg)

0-60mph 6.4 secs

Top speed 130mph

Mpg 17.6

Price new £25,862 (1988)

Price now £20,000-45,000



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  1. Richard GIANT Meaden

Integrale Lancia 8-valve - yeah 0-200km/h in 40 sec is bulls**t.

Sport Auto has never been a competent magazine, their results are always totally off, sorry Georg.

It's the same story with all other tests made by Sport Auto.. they dont seem to have competent drivers.

Their Clio 197 and Peugeot 206 RC 0-100 times were somewhere between the 7,4 - 7,8 s range while MANY people, including friends I know irl have gotten these cars into the 6,x seconds range without any modifications.

The 'Ring laptimes are also always much slower in Sport Auto compared to other independent testers like professional racing drivers.

I would never trust that magazine.

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