by phil on Jun 17, 2009 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Vision TSi 4dr Sedan
I owned this car from 1998 until 2005. The 1993 model TSi had the stiffest suspension of any LH sedan and was actually de-tuned the following year because most drivers found it too stiff. The Eagle was designed to be the "sport" model vs the Intrepid and Concorde. My TSi could corner better than my 1984 Toyota Supra. It was the best car I ever owned. It was a combination sports sedan, luxury sedan and family sedan. The fully loaded model had absolutely everything cars twice the price had like the trip computer. These LH sedans saved Chrysler at the time because they were incredibly reliable and multi- functional. You could drive your kids to school safely and take a corner like a sports car.
by tedra on Nov 29, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Eagle Vision ESi 4dr Sedan
Who ever made the Eagle Vision's just put it together that's probably why they didn't make any more. Come on now you can do better than that everything just falls apart on it and it's not cause it's 14 years old either I've seen better from other cars
Eagle receives its version of the Chrysler LH sedan in the form of the Vision. Available as an ESi or TSi, the Vision features cab-forward styling, dual airbags, V6 power and available antilock brakes. The TSi model is the sportier of the two, it comes equipped with a touring suspension, standard antilock brakes, a 214-horsepower engine and 16-inch wheels.
I recently traded my 1993 TSI for a 2001 Maxima. I really liked the Vision in many ways but just gave up on getting the A/C fixed. I lost count after 9 visits to the dealer and felt I was getting more...