The Eagle Vista was a compact car that was manufactured in 1989 and 1992 by Mitsubishi for Chrysler and marketed in Canada. In the sedan it was a renamed version of the Mitsubishi Mirage 2nd Generation; station wagons were Mitsubishi Space Wagon with other logos.
The only engine with which the 4-door sedan and 3-door hatchback was available was a 1.5 liter four - cylinder engine coupled to a manual 4 - or 5-speed manual transmission or a 3 - speed automatic could be combined. The combination gave it a 2.0-liter four-cylinder SOHC engine with a manual 5 -speed gearbox (only version with four-wheel drive ) or 3-speed automatic. The sedan was 4295 mm long, the hatchback, however, only 3995 mm.
AMC models: Alliance | Ambassador | AMX | Concord | Eagle | Encore | Gremlin | Hornet | Javelin | Marlin | Matador | Pacer | Rebel | Spirit
Eagle models: Medallion | Premier | Summit | Talon | Vision | Vistaprint
Hudson Models: 112 | Big Six | Challenger | Commodore Eight | Commodore Six | Eight Country Club | Country Club Six | Custom Eight | Custom Six | DeLuxe Eight | DeLuxe Six | Eight | Greater Eight | Greater Hudson | Hornet | Italia | Jet | Metropolitan | Pacemaker | Rambler | Six | Eight Special | Standard Eight | Super Eight | Super Six | Traveler Six | Wasp
Nash models: 40 | 400 | 600 | 660 | 680 | 870 | 880 | 890 | 960 | 970 | 980 | 990 | Advanced Eight | Advanced Six | Airflyte | Ambassador | Big Six | Four | LaFayette | Light Six | Metropolitan | Rambler | Single Six | Six | Eight Special | Special Six | Eight Standard | Standard Six | Statesman | Twin Ignition Eight | Twin Ignition Six
Rambler Model: Ambassador | American | Classic | Marlin | Rebel
- Compact car
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- American Motors Corporation
- Station wagon