DSM's I've owned.
All the DSM's I have owned throught my life. 1. 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS. Manual (sold) 2. 1996 Eagle Talon ESI. Red, Manual (parted out) 3. 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS. Silver, Auto (parted out) 4. 1995 Eagle Talon ESI. Black, Manual (parted out) 5. 1996 Eagle Talon TSI AWD. White, Manual (sold) 6. 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS. Manual (sold) 7. 1998 Eagle Talon TSI AWD. Manual (sold) 8. 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX. Durango Copper, Manual (My baby) 02/04/2016 Update to the list : 9. 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX. Champagne, Manual (Not for sale) 10. 1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD. Black, Manual (sold) 11. 1996 Eagle Talon TSi AWD. Red, Auto (parted out) 12. 1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD. Black, Manual (sold) 13. 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS. Champagne, Auto (parted out) 14. 1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD. Black, Manual (parted out)
1995 Eagle Talon TSI Commercial
The Eagle Talon was a rebadged variant of the first and second generation Mitsubishi Eclipse and was produced from model years 1989 to 1998, the last year of the Eagle Company. The vehicle also shared the same assembly as the Eclipse, built in the Normal, Illinois plant. This was their most popular model. The standard engine was a 2.0L, DOHC "420a" Inline-4 engine, delivering 140 horsepower at 6000 rpms and 130 lb-ft of torque at 4800 rpms. For the more powerful TSI, the trim level featured in this commercial, a 2.0L, DOHC "Mitsubishi 4G63" turbocharged Inline-4 engine delivering a whopping 210 horsepower at 6000 rpms and 205 lb-ft of torque at 3000 rpms. These engines were connected to a front wheel drive drivetrain for the base, ESI, and TSI trims, and an optional all wheel drive system for the TSI. Two transmissions were available; a five speed manual and an optional 4 speed automatic. The base model started at $14,460, which had the base essentials of driving such as manual windows, cassette player, and 15'' hubcaps. The ESI trim started at $17,570, this trim was more upper classed, including alloy wheels and air conditioning. Lastly, the TSI started at $19,800. This had the turbocharged 210 horsepower engine, anti lock brakes, and power windows. Compared to the Eclipse, this was the lower level "budget" priced sports car. Fuel economy was pretty good. For the 140 horsepower engine, it was 22 MPG city, 32 MPG highway. The turbocharged 210 horsepower engine got 23 city, 31 highway for the front wheel drive, 20 city and 27 highway for the all wheel drive variant. If your were looking for a sports car but don't really have sports car money with an American name and Japanese powered mechanics, then this would be the car for you. Compares to: Honda Prelude, Toyota Celica and the Nissan 240sx. Note: I don't own this commercial, it belongs to the Chrysler Group LLC.
BCJC Eagle Mayhem
A busy day at Eagle Ridge!!! Sept 6,2015