Dodge Neon

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washingtonpost.com's view

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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
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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
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Los Angeles Times's view

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
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chicagotribune.com's view

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
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Orlando Sentinel's view

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
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Detroit Newspapers's view

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
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IndyStar.com's view

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
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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
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IndyStar.com's view

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
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chicagotribune.com's view

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
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