Eagle Cars, Model and it's History

History of eagle cars

History of eagle cars Eagle was a marque of the Chrysler Corporation following the purchase of American Motors Corporation (AMC). The "new" Eagle was aimed at the enthusiast driver. Even though the brand was relatively short-lived, the Eagle Vision sedan sold in respectable numbers, while the sporty Talon...

History of Chrysler Corporation

History of Chrysler Corporation Chrysler Corporation was an American automobile manufacturer that existed independently from 1925–1998. Chrysler and its subsidiaries became part of the German based DaimlerChrysler AG after merging with Daimler-Benz in 1998. Prior to the merger in 1998, Chrysler Corporation traded under the...

Daimler-Benz to form DaimlerChrysler AG

Daimler-Benz to form DaimlerChrysler AG Chrysler merged in 1998 with Daimler-Benz to form DaimlerChrysler AG. This was initially touted as a merger of equals, but within a couple of years the truth was evident: it was a buyout of Chrysler by Daimler-Benz, with the latter being very much the dominant partner. As if on cue, Chrysler went...

History of Chrysler Logos

History of Chrysler Logos The design shown at the top of the page is an adaptation of the original winged logo which Chrysler used on its cars at its inception in 1925. The logo was revived for the Chrysler division in the mid-1990s, and was surrounded by a pair of silver wings after the Daimler-Benz merger in 1998. In 1963...

Eagle Premier

Eagle Premier Designed by AMC, the Premier was also briefly badged as the AMC Premier and Renault Premier in late 1987 and early 1988. It shared several parts with the Renault 25, and spawned a rebadged version named Dodge Monaco (1990–1992). Eagle Premier was developed by the American Motors Corporation (...

Eagle Medallion

Eagle Medallion Eagle Medallion also badged as the Renault Medallion in 1988, this car was essentially identical to the Renault 21. Eagle Medallion was a rebadged version of the Renault 21 that was sold in North America. The Medallion was originally built by American Motors (AMC) and was briefly badged as a...

Eagle Summit

Eagle Summit Eagle Summit (1989–1996) is a rebadged Mitsubishi Mirage. Eagle Summit joined the Dodge Colt and Plymouth Colt in Chrysler's Mitsubishi Mirage clone club starting in 1989, coinciding with the release of the Mirage's third generation. It lasted through the extent of the Mirage's...

Eagle Vision

Eagle Vision One of Chrysler's three original LH-cars. Sold in Europe as the Chrysler Vision. Eagle Vision was a large four-door, full-size, front-wheel drive sedan. Produced by Chrysler from 1993 to 1997 as the replacement to the AMC/Renault-designed Eagle Premier (which the Vision was derived from), it...

Eagle Vista

Eagle Vista Eagle Vista (1989–1992) is a rebadged 1983–1986 Mitsubishi Mirage, sold only in Canada. Eagle Vista was a subcompact car sold from 1989 to 1992 in Canada. It was a rebadged version of the second generation Mitsubishi Mirage. The Vista's only available engine was a 1.5 L I4 engines,...

Eagle Talon

Eagle Talon Eagle Talon (1990–1998) is similar to the Plymouth Laser and the Mitsubishi Eclipse, the Talon was Eagle's halo car and outsold its cousins. The Eagle Talon was one of three model names given to a passenger car that was manufactured and sold by the then Chrysler Corporation (symbol: penta...