1990 Eagle Premier LX gas
Transmission, heater core, master cylinder...
I traded a 1986 Honda Accord with 75,000 miles on it for the new Eagle Premier. With 14,000 miles on the odometer, the transmission had to be replaced. Wasn't long before the heater core went out. At around 31,000 miles the master cylinder was leaking.
Since it was over 20 years ago I owned the car, I can no longer recall all the issues I faced with the Eagle, but the master cylinder was the last straw. Trying to sell the car, I ran ads in the newspaper for over six months, and despite lowering the price, didn't get a single call.
Finally, I basically gave it to the Toyota dealership while purchasing a new 1992 Camry XLE, which I drove without incident until 2000 when I purchased a new Avalon XLS, which is still being driven by a family member. Since then Toyotas are all I purchase.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 11th October, 2014