1991 Eagle Talon TSi 2.0 Turbocharged
A very useful high performance car
The engine had to be replaced (rebuilt) after 120,000 miles.
The seats faded much over 100,000 miles.
I got the transmission replaced after 130,000 miles.
I replaced the head gasket 1 time after 130,000 miles.
Everything else held up perfectly like it should.
I only changed 1 light bulb on the whole entire car after 10 years if hard usage!
I have been racing a serious amount of people since I had this car, and I only lost only 1 race, which was a 1997 Pontiac Firebird, and at the time my turbo was at advanced age.
I put awe on some people's faces from such great performance.
This car is seriously a package that has astonishment written all over it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th July, 2002
I just got a talon and I smoked my friends 2002 gtp. You just have to learn how to drive better.
Dude, I don't know what you're smokin, but I don't see how a 1988 Cavalier Z24 could beat a turbo Talon. And as far as only being beat once, all I can say is you must be racing a bunch of Geo Metros. There are tons of Mustangs, Camaros, Pontiacs, etc that could blow the doors off a talon in a minute. Talons are fast for 4-cylinder cars, but don't get carried away here.