Your Old-Ass Car Is Way More Likely to Break Down on You

By Matt Schmitz on May 2, 2018

Last time we checked, the average age of a car in the United States was something like 105 years old — OK, it's actually about 12, but in car years, that's solidly in "Matlock... Read More
2018 Philadelphia Auto Show: 5 Things You Can't Miss

By Brian Normile on January 26, 2018

CARS.COM — E!-A!-G!-L!-E!-S! EAGLES! The Eagles are going to the Super Bowl. Philadelphia is clearly pumped up, ready to run through inanimate objects or gonna fly now. Unfortunately, the ... Read More
Mopar Hellcrate: Make Classics 'Crate' Again (For the First Time)

By Brian Normile on October 30, 2017

CARS.COM — Mopar, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' parts, service and customer care division, has announced the release of the "Hellcrate" engine kit. For the low, low price of $21... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on September 27, 2000

If you're looking for the ultimate male fantasy vehicle, look no further than the 2001 Plymouth Prowler. DaimlerChrysler says Prowler buyers are overwhelmingly male (more than 90 percent) and... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on June 16, 1999

Now in its third model year, the Plymouth Prowler remains the closest thing to a carnival ride on wheels. Curiously, the appeal of this flamboyant neo-hotrod seems to be limited to two generations... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Larry Printz on May 30, 1999

When the Neon first said "Hi" a few years ago, it said so with round headlamps that gave the car a high rating in the cute department. Credit Allentown's own Lee Iacocca with that one. A r... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on April 21, 1999

People aren't buying subcompact cars like they used to - and that's a shame, especially when you consider the super value of the 2000 Dodge and Plymouth Neon. We test-drove a Plymouth Ne... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on April 15, 1999

One day a couple of years ago, I went to my favorite sandwich shop for lunch. I ended up with a meatloaf sub, an iced tea and a Dodge minivan. I did... 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