In the early '90s, the Eagle Talon, a 2-door hatchback, consisted of three models -- base and TSi Turbo (front- and all-wheel drive). These models were carried over to 1992.
The Mitsubishi-built Talon was all-new for 1995, except for a few carryover powertrain components. It was basically identical to the Mitsubishi Eclipse. The former Plymouth version, the Laser, had been discontinued. Sold by Jeep-Eagle dealers, the Talon competed with such sporty coupes as the Ford Probe, Mazda MX-6, Toyota Celica, Nissan 240SX, Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Avenger and the Eclipse.
Premium TSi models were powered by an enhanced version of Mitsubishi's turbocharged Four. Compared to the 1993-1994 models, output had been increased from 195 hp to 210 hp on cars with the 5-speed manual transaxle and 205 hp for the 4-speed automatics. Both these transmissions were made by Mitsubishi. Top-of-the-line model was the TSi AWD, which featured all-wheel drive for maximum traction and performance.
- $12,322 (1994 Eagle Talon DL)
- $14,792 (1994 Eagle Talon ES and later 1995 Eagle Talon ESi models)
- $14,995 (1995 Eagle Talon ESi)
- $16,315 (1994 Eagle Talon TSi Turbo)
- $17,696 (1995 Eagle Talon TSi Turbo)
- $18,408 (1994 Eagle Talon TSi Turbo with all-wheel drive)
- $19,878 (1995 Eagle Talon TSi Turbo with all-wheel drive; later models)
- $20,335 (1995 Eagle Talon TSi Turbo with all-wheel drive)