Most of the things that have been replaced are maintenance items. After reading every single comment about the Eagle Premier, I will voice my opinion about this unusual car.
I don't know what anyone's performance problem are, my Eagle has no problem getting out into traffic. Make sure your transmission kickdown is properly adjusted!
There are some things that the Premiers are all plagued with such as the window fogging and leaking heater core etc.
I have kept my Eagle maintained and the transmission overly maintained due to the fact that I have heard the tranny is the weak link in this car. What I do know for a fact is you will spend 300.00 to buy one and about 2,000.00 on repairs, and then if you re-sell it, you might be lucky to get 800.00! The dealers laugh at the car, and parts vendors scoff at the car.
In my 4 years of owning the car, I have never been stranded with it, and I will go from coast to coast with no worries about making it. You should see the looks on the gas station attendants faces when I pump 17 gallons of gas into that little car!
In conclusion, I have come to the realization that some Premiers were junk, but 1 out of every 10 were the most reliable cars still on the road today!