1992 Eagle Summit
Low Budget, Low Quality Vehicle, Way overdue for a remodel
This car has handed down to me... The major problem with the car even when I didn't have it yet was that it started intermittently, leaving me stuck at random locations all the time. The problem never really started until warmer weather came. No mechanic could figure out what was wrong because we could never get the problem to occur while they were looking at it.
Rotor's were warped causing a giant grind when coming to a stop.
Brakes failed after a few months.
The passenger side-view mirror got torn off.
Roof liner had to be pinned up.
Weather stripping was broken.
A/C was broken (not a surprise) (we don't use freon anymore)
Someone ran into the back causing the muffler to dismount slightly... making it very loud... but there was no physical damage to body... very surprising.
My front passenger quarter panel was mysteriously dented inward one day causing the door to have problems opening.
This car had seen it's day. It was 12 years old with VERY low mileage and one owner. But the unsatisfactory quality of the vehicle was not meant to last. Good while it lasted. It began to cost more to repair than to buy a new vehicle. Thousands were spent on this car that I only managed to receive $650 for trade-in.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 11th January, 2006