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Eagle: 0-60 & 1/4 Mile Times

YearMakeModelSub-Model0-60 Time1/4 MileModel Years
1998EagleTalonESi8.316.41990-1998
1998EagleTalonTSi7.115.31990-1998
1997EagleTalonTSi AWD6.214.81990-1998
1996EagleTalonTSi AWD6.415.11990-1998
1994EagleTalonTSi AWD6.614.61990-1998
1993EagleVisionESi10.417.71993-1997
1992EagleSummitAWD Wagon11.017.91989-1996
1992EagleTalonTSi AWD7.115.31990-1998
1990EagleTalonTSi AWD6.815.11990-1998
1988EaglePremierES9.917.21988-1992
The above 0 to 60 Mph and quarter mile times have been sourced from a combination of public publications, private testimonials and individual testing. Please keep in mind that there are a multitude of real world factors that can skew these results, including but not limited to: driver ability, pavement quality, tire quality, elevation, temperature, humidity at the testing site, and the quality of the recording device. Based on this, owners should expect their own vehicles to perform within a general acceptable range of these values.

 

Eagle History:

The short lived Eagle brand was a product of the 1987 purchase of AMC by Chrysler. Wanting to maintain a passenger car presence to go with its Jeep dealerships, Chrysler created the Eagle marquee to continue selling the vehicles previously marketed under the AMC moniker. While initially Eagle vehicles stemmed from their prior AMC/Renault ownership, new models would be based on the Chrysler/Dodge architectures of the time, as well as a partnership with Mitsubishi. While the brand ultimately created few memorable vehicles, its high point was the Eagle Talon. A sister car to the Mitsubishi Eclipse, the Talon TSi AWD is the pinnacle of Eagle performance. Eagle was ultimately shuttered in 1998 as Chrysler merged with Daimler-Benz.

 

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