by joe421 on Mar 30, 2013 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Summit DL 4dr Wagon
I bought this car new in 1993. Was a camper and lived in it for 20 years. Only major problem was gasket between transmission and motor had to be replaced. After 332,000 miles I donated it, not because of any problems with it, but because I got something a little bigger.
That little car could have easily gone another 100,000 miles...no problem. I absolutely loved it.
Good bye old friend...wherever you are.
by Mr. Nice on May 16, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Summit 4dr Wagon AWD
Bought with manual tr. ,used, 150K, with 2 valves blown, smoked heavily, fixed only 2 valves and head gasket, smoke didn't dissapear, was told all exhaust valves needed to be replaced. Major problem : if you have asian made Summit it has 90% parts of Mitsubishi Expo! Buy only parts that look like the one you have inside. When I asked for ignition rotor for Summit it was different from Expo, that coused a lot of problems. Starter the same fuel filter the same Always buy parts for both Expo and Summit and return the wrong ones. Remove fuse for seatbelts click manually save motors. Watch tranny fluid, had problem shifting, synchron was going bad - $ 1000.- job Shift slowly so clutch engages
by Eagle1993 on Dec 12, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Summit ES 2dr Coupe
I bought this car as my first. I
purchased it with only 112,000 km on it. In
the last year I have put about 40,000 km on
it. It was in good shape when I got it,
but it seemed that everything wanted to
go wrong. I have replaced: radiator,
water pump, plugs, belts, oil pan, all
engine gaskets and seals, timing,
exhaust several times, lights which the
dumb car keeps blowing, and the list
goes on and on. The interior overall is
designed good but the material on the
seats was cheap and it came apart in the
seams. It is however a reliable car if
you can keep up with costly repairs, and
they are costly cause it comes with a
by mamasplat on Feb 28, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Summit DL 2dr Coupe
I bought the car in 1995 off the lot.
It had 75000 miles on it when I bought
it. I loved this car. never left on the
side of the road, and it was never in
the shop besides oil changes. The only
major thing that I had to replace is
the clutch, which doesn't suprise me,
when I bought the car, I didn't know
how to drive clutch, and I learned in
that car, and taught about 3 different
people how to drive clutch as well.
I swear I would still have the car to
this day if I wouldn't have totaled it
in an accident. (which that happened
three days after I put in the new
clutch) ha, ha.
by Joe101286 on Dec 22, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Summit ES 4dr Sedan
My car may not be the fastest or the
flashiest, but for being 10 years old
this thing looks like it could be a
1996. It runs perfectly, the body has
kept up excellently, the interior is
mint, and it really says something
about the car when after 10 years and
120K miles, the thing runs perfectly.
The Eagle Summit is redesigned and in the process loses its hatchback. Offered as a coupe or sedan, the new Summit is longer than the one it replaces, which translates into more interior room for passengers. The Summit is now available as a base DL or upscale ES. The 113-horsepower engine can be had on both models. Antilock brakes are a thoughtful option on the ES models and wagons. There is seating for five in the Summit Wagon, which is available as a DL, LX or all-wheel-drive model.