1995 Eagle Vision TSi 3.5L from North America
A bargain at the lot, but not at the service garage
Wheel hub broken at 120000 miles
Fuel rails replaced at 125000 miles
Rack and pinion replaced at 127000 miles
Transmission replaced at 128000 miles
Manifold absolute pressure sensor replaced at 136000 miles
Control module (PCM) replaced at 136000 miles
Struts replaced at 137000 miles (replaced at 120000 also)
LCD display on Infinity CD/Radio stopped working at 135000 miles
Both front door seals wearing poorly
Driver's side power window motor stops half way down and must be manually assisted to lower completely
Undetermined problem with hesitation upon acceleration at 137000 miles (Dealer looked at, but was unable to reproduce problem after 1st day)
All instruments in gauge cluster will cut out in humid weather (will usually start to work again if you hit the left side of the dashboard hard)
This was a wonderful for car for the first year and half I owned it. For the past year and a half I have literally paid for it again in repairs. I refuse to even look at another American car. My past three cars have been a Ford, a Chevrolet and this Chrysler product. I am very kind to my cars and take immaculate care of them, but these 3 vehicle have left me envious of friends with reliable imports.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 11th June, 2002
5th Aug 2003, 12:42
I totally agree with your review. I had a 1995 and it was the biggest piece of junk. I'm glad to see someone else had the same problems or just problems period. This was the worst vehicle I ever owned.
10th May 2006, 12:22
We recently bought a 1995 Eagle Vision TSI and the check engine light started coming on and a few weeks later, as you are driving the car, accelerating or going at a steady speed, the car starts 'bucking' and almost shutting off, but doesn't. We took it in to our mechanic and he cannot figure out what is causing this. Has anyone else experienced this and knows the cause?