29th Jul 2004, 17:48
I have a 1988 and it has been a great car no problems at all just basic maintenance. You must have bought a lemon car. I would buy another again.
19th Aug 2004, 11:20
I had an 89 model and it went through 2 tranmission changes in the first 36,000 miles due to low quality service and parts. I had other major problems like a rusted out heater core due to the airconditioning leaking water or not expelling it, that was like a $1300 repair in itself. The electronics on the car were crap too as the fuel gauge stopped working along with some other lights. I finally sold the car for $500 in 1999 when it had fewer then 85,000 miles on it. These were nice to drive cars, but the quality was worse then an 1985 Hyundai.
6th Jan 2005, 09:11
I have a 1988 I have 114,000 miles on it, Its the best car I ever owned, you did put 200,000 miles on it, so that means you got your money out of it, I thInk you should't be so hard on the POOR THING and IT's also 16 years old.
So please grow up. Please feel free to e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org.
4th Jun 2006, 15:18
My car does not work, the red light battery is on, and I don't know what to do, is a premier Eagle 1988, I did jump from other car but it does not work...
14th Jan 2010, 12:15
The second vehicle I ever owned was an 88. A horse and buggy would have been quicker and more reliable. Every imaginable part on this car broke.
Manual window crank
#1 cylinder low compression due to improper oil distribution.
The transmissions were so poor in these vehicles that Chrysler had a plant producing trannys just for its used Eagles. Good thing most of the tranny's broke down before warranty ran out.
I did manage to get 65000 on this car before it found its resting place.
7th Sep 2011, 13:59
I have a 1988 Eagle Premier. I love the car, it rides nice and everything. Mine has only 112000 miles on it. I bought it from an elderly couple.