Chrysler's intention in the late 80's through mid-90's was to offer a variety of import-like vehicles under its Eagle brand sold alongside SUV's at Jeep dealerships. Perhaps the most successful of Chrysler's attempts to Americanize import cars was the Eagle Talon. For their sport compact offering, Chrysler chose to emulate the Mitsubishi Eclipse. Since being a virtual copy of the Eclipse, Eagle Talon parts are identical in every way except for some exterior body panels and trim. For nine years it appealed to tuners and track racers across the country, and was extremely fun vehicle to drive. The second generation was clearly the most powerful and best handling, with the coveted TSi AWD model making over 200hp and sending it to all 4 wheels. With the right modifications, the engine was capable of producing over 300hp. Don't forget your safety belt. Fun fact: the irony of the Eagle Talon is that even though it was marketed as an American-made version of a Japanese sports car, the car it was based on (the Mitsubishi Eclipse) was already completely made in America.