The C9 front end was extended to accommodate the optional PRV engine: Autocar reviewed the Tagora in its 2. One candidate was a straight-six manufactured by Mitsubishi , but it proved unsuitable for a car of this class. Rust was identified as the single biggest problem for the surviving cars, usually around the rear suspension mountings. Powertrains and models[ edit ] Interior of a Tagora SX 2. The energy crisis , however, dealt a blow to the European automotive market: The steep windscreen formed a quite strange angle with the relatively short, wedge-shaped bonnet. However, Chrysler management in the United States deemed these features too extravagant, so the design of the C9 became more conventional: Following the same development pattern as with the Horizon and Alpine models, the responsibility for the Tagora's technical development remained in France, while the styling was devised at Chrysler's design centre in the United Kingdom. The PSA-sourced axles had very narrow tracks relative to the width of the body, which provided angeschaltet awkward look, especially at the rear.
It was first to be dropped, for the model year. In comparing the car to its likely competitors, Autocar's verdict was that "the new Talbot is highly comparable with the others, and deserves to sell as any of them, although it does not come out with any startling advantages which you might expect of the latest appearance on the scene". Of these cars, the Tagora was the second most expensive but did not have a superiority among the significant attributes of speed, acceleration, interior room or chassis design. The car was wider and taller than most of its competitors, and buyers were unaccustomed to such proportions. Development[ edit ] Chrysler Europe began development of the Tagora inunder the code name C9, with the goal of replacing the unsuccessful Chrysler series. One candidate was a straight-six manufactured by Mitsubishibut it proved unsuitable for a car of this class.
Buckley suggested that the car might attain collectible status by However, Chrysler management in the United States deemed these features too extravagant, so the design of the C9 became more conventional: The take-over was effective as of 1 January Luxury and performance redefined.
But with so much having already been invested in the project, PSA decided to press ahead and complete the development of C9, albeit with modifications to allow the use of shared parts with other PSA models. Autocar reviewed the Tagora in its 2. As such the car lay "uneasily close to being listed as under-engined" though the authors conceded that generally the Tagora did not feel under-engined when in use. There were three engine choices, mated to four- and five-speed manual transmissions or an optional three-speed automatic in the case of the four-cylinder engines. The projected sales would have covered the car's tooling costs, with the development costs accounted for separately, as part of angeschaltet independent jährlich budget. Development[ edit ] Chrysler Europe began development of the Tagora inunder the code name C9, with the goal of replacing the unsuccessful Chrysler series. Sales proved insufficient even for this production level, and volumes plummeted by more than 80 percent in
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