Used 1993 Eagle Summit Review

Edmunds expert review




What's new for 1993

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.





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