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So what really happened to the semi-popular, but very small "EAGLE" division of Chrysler?
A lot of people failed to see it coming, but it should have been obvious when Chrysler failed to update it's already meager product line.
To consumers, it's really just a lamentable loss of an affordable, yet technologically advanced sports car. To Chrysler? We don't know.
A Chrysler employee has been quoted to say "Losing the Talon will hurt," Frost said. "It's our only true sports car."