Masterpieces of Eagle
The second period is its marketing time. Following the 1987 acquisition, the Jeep/Eagle division was formed to consolidate marketing. It did not have the "Pentastar" logo. Instead, all models prominently displayed the eagle head logo. Two of its first models, the Premier and Medallion, were designed by AMC and its former corporate partner Renault. The rest of the cars were simply rebranded versions sold by other divisions of the corporation. Throughout its history, it lacked product recognition. The head office only focused on four-wheel-drive Jeeps and Eagle all-wheel-drive vehicles. The last part is phasing out. In 1996, the corporation closed the Eagle Summit. After a decade of slow sales, it announced its discontinuation in September 1997. Shortly after that, the last 1998 Talon rolled off the line. The Vision was discontinued at the end of its design cycle in 1997. Only Eagle Talon remained for 1998. And lastly, it was discontinued along with the Eagle brand itself.
Although it has been shut down, drivers can still find Eagle auto parts and accessories online. They provide various quality aftermarket auto parts, such as accelerators and electrical parts. New auto parts purchased are covered by a manufacturer warranty. For other auto parts, it can provide a 90-day replacement warranty.