by confused on May 18, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Eagle Vision ESi 4dr Sedan
i dont know whats wrong with all these other peoples cars. maybe they just have bad luck or i got the best one out of the bunch. i bought the car back in 01 with about 90000 miles on it previous owner said no problem with it and as far as i can see he was honst because ive had this car and have to do no major repairs just the minor keep ups. i actually love this car so much i went ahead and put alloy rims on it a sunroof on it and i put wood grain all through interior of car. its now 2010 it has 144000 miles on it and its still running nice!!!!! LOVE IT!!!!
by garyr51 on Jan 7, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Eagle Vision ESi 4dr Sedan
Transmission went out at 68000, the
engine locked up at 75000. The driver
seat frame broke, and there is some
type of clunk in the front end that the
shops can't figure out. When it was
running, it was a great touring car - a
very nice smooth ride; but the horrid
reliability has cost me many, many
thousands! No mor Chrysler products
for me - ever!!
by Julie on Oct 13, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Eagle Vision ESi 4dr Sedan
This is the WORST car I've ever owned.
Bought it new, and the car computer
went out within 2 years, thank goodness
THAT was still under warranty.
However, after the warranty, everything
else broke down, most notably the
transmission, the AC, the radio, the
tie rods, and gas lines. I've had the
transmission replaced and that second
one went bad too. I can't wait to rid
myself of this money trap.
ESi models restyled to resemble their TSi stablemates by adding body cladding and a similar front fascia. The ESi's engine gains an increase in horsepower for 1994 as well. A flexible fuel version of the Vision is released in all states but California.