The Eagle Summit is a subcompact car from Eagle as part of Chrysler. Manufactured from 1989 to 1996. Released two generations of models. In the first generation, the car was manufactured as a sedan and a hatchback, and since 1992, it was also a modification of a 5-seater station wagon with a maximum interior volume. In the second generation, the car was also produced in the back of a two-door coupe. The Summit is based on 3rd generation Mitsubishi Lancer.
The 4G15 engine, which has been in production for over 20 years, is a bored version of the 4G13 engine. The cylinder block was taken from a 1.3-liter engine and bored out for a 75.5 mm piston (was 71 mm). Continue reading Engine Mitsubishi 4G15