The 1996 Eagle Vision comes with two engine choices, one transmission choice, and two trim levels. The ESi comes with the 3.3-liter V-6 standard with the 3.5-liter V-6 being optional. The TSi only comes with the 3.5-liter V-6 engine. Both engines come paired with the four-speed automatic transmission.
Body Styles: sedan
Engines: 3.3-liter V-6, 3.5-liter V-6
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Eagle Vision ESi, Eagle Vision TSi
The 1996 Eagle Vision is distinguished as Chrysler’s premier sport sedan by an automanual transmission called AutoStick. The ESi gets standard 16-inch wheels, and the headlights and sound system have been improved. The interior has been updated as well with new colors and seat fabric.
The 1996 Eagle Vision comes with the same standard and optional features across both models. Standard features include black body side molding, black body side cladding, monotone paint, and light tinted windows. Other standard features include dual power remote mirrors, alloy wheels, aero-composite headlamps, and a full-size spare wheel/tire. A power antenna is available as an option.
The 1996 Eagle Vision comes with a lot of comfort, convenience, and storage features. Comfort features include front bucket seats, adjustable front head restraints, center rear armrests, cloth upholstery, and driver lumbar support. Convenience features include air-conditioning, a cargo light, front and rear reading lights, an AM/FM/Cassette audio system, compass, exterior temperature display, tilt steering wheel, class II trailering, and power front and rear windows. Storage features include a front cup holder, illuminated glove box, and a full floor console. A graphic equalizer and premium speakers are optional for both models.
The 1996 Eagle Vision ESi has additional standard features that include a passenger vanity mirror, covered floor storage, six speakers, and height adjustable front seatbelts. It comes with the options of illuminated driver and passenger vanity mirrors, overhead console, power driver’s seat, and 14 speakers. The TSi comes with some additional standard features including automatic temperature control, illuminated driver and passenger vanity mirrors, overhead console, power driver and passenger seats, leather steering wheel, trip computer, and eight speakers. The TSi comes with the options of leather upholstery and a CD player.
Performance & Handling
The 1996 Eagle Vision comes with front drive with cruise control and power steering as standard features. It's equipped with a touring suspension, and front and rear anti-roll bars are standard equipment. Standard features for the TSi are speed sensing steering and traction control with speed sensing steering being optional for the ESi. A power moonroof is available as an option for both models.
The 1996 Eagle Vision comes with a lot of safety features. The four-wheel disc brakes are anti-lock brakes and driver and passenger airbags come standard. Other standard safety features include power door locks, rear child safety door locks, a rear window defroster, auto-off headlamps, and variable intermittent front windshield wipers. Illuminated entry and an under hood light are also standard. It also warns the driver when the oil or fuel levels are low and when a door is left open, and an integrated rear child seat is optional for both models. Remote keyless entry and front fog lights are standard for the TSi with remote keyless entry being an available option for the Esi. An optional security system is also available for the TSi.
EPA Fuel Economy
Eagle Vision: 17/24 mpg city/highway
- Standard air-conditioning
- Safety features
- Touring suspension
You Won't Like
- Leather upholstery not available for ESi
- Lack of transmission choices
Luxurious and safe; great for the family.
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