Out of many economic vehicles I have
owned, the Eagle is by far the best!
Repairs may cost a bit more for the
Eagle, however, you pay for what you
get. All mitsubishi motors if
maintained, are die hards. Chrysler's
sleek look and wide wheel base (For a
small sized car) make this car a dream
to drive. Our 1992 Eagle Summit 4 door
sedan, with A/C, has 249454km on the
odometer. Still purrr-ing like a
kitten, we travel on for next-to-little
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