Used Car of the Day: 1991 Eagle Talon 2.0L TSI Turbo AWD

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey
used car of the day 1991 eagle talon 2 0l tsi turbo awd

Cheeseheads (and those neighboring Wisconsin, like FIBs such as myself), take note: There's an Eagle in your midst.

You can find this Eagle Talon in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, for $6,500 or best offer. Oh, and it's a stick.

The owner says it's stock, has 169K miles, has been garage-kept, and has been driven by his wife. He says it has no rust other than maybe surface rust, but it is also not running at present and it has a coolant leak -- the owner isn't sure what is causing the leak.

He says the car isn't running due to an ECU issue, and that there is also an oil leak. He claims the car's issues could be fixed without too much trouble -- he just doesn't have the time.

Perhaps you have the time, the inclination, and the cash -- a five-speed Eagle Talon sounds like a hell of a lot of fun.

[Images: Seller]

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  • CoastieLenn CoastieLenn on Nov 22, 2022

    Holy crap, I just realized this thing is posted on DSMTalk. Lordy its been over a decade since I logged in there.

  • Tassos Tassos 3 days ago

    totally forgettable crappy cars, they will not be missed, and their demise was well deserved.

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