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by Marcus (Car Enthusiast) from North Carolina | July 7, 2008
The 1993 Eagle Vision is an excellent vehicle whether it be your first car, for your family, or any purpose really. The comfort, reliability, gas mileage, styling, the power, handling, all of these attributes have come together excellently to form this vehicle, probabaly one of Daimler Chrysler's best. The only issue I have with this car is the front wheel drive. If this car were rear wheel drive, I firmly believe this car would be perfect. I would recommend this car to anyone and Ill probably keep mine until it dies, which Ive seen these cars with 200,000 plus miles on them, luckily mine only has 23,000 on it!!!!!!!!!