.

Dodge Neon

washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on October 12, 2003

Horses for the Coarse 2004 Dodge Neon SRT-4 The 2004 Dodge Neon SRT-4 sedan is a talented kid from the wrong side of the tracks. It runs and handles better than many costlier sports cars. But w... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on March 14, 1999

Say goodbye to "Hi!," the one-word slogan that launched the Dodge/Plymouth Neon in January 1994. It was a cutesy marketing campaign, meant to attract young buyers to what was then Chrysler Corp.... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

By Paul Dean on February 25, 1999

After five model years, after the spark and glow and applause for the Dodge-Plymouth Neon had dulled, critics spoke their second thoughts. It was a humbling drumfire of free speech and crucifixio... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on February 14, 1999

The first Y2K is here, the 2000 Dodge Neon. Perhaps you were expecting a car with wings that flew over the rush-hour traffic or a vehicle that runs on grass clippings? Perhaps we were. ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on July 30, 1998

They say good things come in small packages. That's certainly true of the new Dodge Neon R/T. But the snazzy, compact Neon R/T is not only a good thing, it's a quick one. The R/T is a ne... Read More
Detroit Newspapers's view

By Tony Swan on February 26, 1998

Last week we took our first ride in Volkswagen's New Beetle, a preview that touched on the perceived value of style. En route, we contrasted the price of the new Bug -- $15,700 minimum, inclu... Read More
IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on January 11, 1998

Dodge Division's 1998 Neon in the form of an "R/T" model is lighting up the compact car sky this year.Already known for its handling capabilities, the Neon enters '98 with a performance ... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on November 21, 1997

It was bright white with dual blue race stripes. It had a rear spoiler; but it was a modest appendage. The overall look was juvenile; yet, I fell in love with the car, the 1998 Dodge Neon R/T. I ... Read More
IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on July 2, 1995

Chrysler Corp.'s stunning success with its Plymouth/Dodge Neon sedan has led to the introduction of a 1995 Neon Sport Coupe.While the coupe is based on Chrysler's Neon four-door, sharing... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on April 4, 1994

When last we drove Chrysler's Neon it was a prototype in and around Austin, Texas, in January, when the automaker was promoting the car and, more specifically, its $8,975 price tag. Now w... Read More
Next