1984 AMC Eagle 4WD, 4-cyl.

1984 AMC Eagle 4WD, 4-cyl.

EAGLE — SERIES 30 — FOUR/SIX — Only the larger Eagle survived into 1984, in four-door sedan and wagon form, powered by the new AMC-manufactured four-cylinder engine. The new 150 cu. in. (2.46 liter) four, introduced during the 1983 model run, featured a single-barrel electronic feedback carburetor. Also standard on Jeeps, it replaced the GM-built 151 cu. in. four, which had powered Spirits and Concords as well as Eagles. The standard four-speed manual transmission now included an upshift indicator light to warn drivers when a gear change was wise. As before, the 258 cu. in. six-cylinder engine was optional. The “live” rear axle suspension consisted of computer-selected springs and telescoping shock absorbers. Front suspension included full coil springs and stabilizer bar. Standard equipment was similar to the 1983 Eagle 30, including the familiar Krayton protective treatment on lower bodysides, argent s ...

 

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