Even though small car sales are sagging, there's a lot to be said for economical transportation that sips gas, is fun to drive and can be bought for thousands less than a mid-size. The Neon is just such a car. In this case the test car happens to be a Plymouth, but the Dodge version is nearly identical. The Neon was a bold step for Chrysler when it was introduced in 1994 because it was de... Read Full Review
3.5 out of 5
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I bought the Plymouth Neon Expresso right out of high school from a neighbor of mine and I used it throughout my college career. Aside from the head gasket blowing out at around 90k miles, and overhea... Read Full Review
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