by James B Beavan III on Jan 12, 2007 Vehicle: 1990 Eagle Premier ES Limited 4dr Sedan
On appearance, features and performance this car would rate near the top among cars from its time frame. However, the number of problems this car had over its short life was unbelievable. This car didn't make it to 90,000 miles before being totally scrapped. Some issues were 2 transmissions replacement, heater core replacement, electrical/power features problems.
by Kendall on Nov 15, 2006 Vehicle: 1990 Eagle Premier ES Limited 4dr Sedan
This car really needs someone who understands it. I had major issues with overheating and because of this, I could not run a lot of errands where I was turning the car on and off a lot. I really had to learn how the car wanted to be driven and plan my trips according to that. I got the car 5 years ago when I was junior in high school and it has been with me until recently when it died in high traffic. I am currently looking for a replacement. This car always got me where I was going, it might have been smoking when I got there, but it only once left me stranded on the side of the road. Other than little quirks it is a really nice car.
The Premier's enthusiast-oriented ES model is introduced in 1990. Noticeably missing on this alleged sports sedan is a manual transmission. A power sunroof and CD player are added to the Premier's option list.