MY RIDE- Jorge Vasquez: 1997 Dodge Neon
Police search for Dodge Neon involved in fatal crash
|...Published December 7, 2006 in issue 0549 of the HooK. By HOOK STAFF MYRIDE@READTHEHOOK.COM The first thing Jorge Vasquez did when he bought his red Dodge Neon two months ago: put a car bra on the front and decorate the whole vehicle with flame stickers. The car's look pleases him. "I like red,...
|...Police are searching for a car involved in an accident that killed a motorcyclist in Southwest Philadelphia early yesterday morning. The accident occurred at 74th and Holstein at 2:38 a.m., police said, when a black four-door Dodge Neon with tinted windows, a single chrome muffler, and a raised...
|My Lovely 2002 Neon from the An-Drew Boger
Sorry no photos of my wonderful car.
I bought my car used and I have always
loved it. I had an earlier model 1995 coupe.
The 1995 coupe sold me on my 2002 Gold colored sedan. The reason for this because of its great gas mileage, comfort of ride,...Dodge Neon Highline from the Melissa, Pueblo, CO
Ok, where shall I begin. My mom bought the car in '98 and it was perfect. In 2000, the paint started peeling on the roof. As all Neon owners know, this is a common problem. That was just the beginning. The back floor boards would fill up every time...NO PROB. NEON! from the Kris, Wisconsin
|This is a really fun and fast car!!! I turn heads at car shows and on the street, I can beat most cars in the same "class", and it rides nice, and gets good gas milage!what more can you ask for out of a $3000 car? nothing. for all of you with...
|The Neon (also called the Dodge SX 2.0 in Canada) was a compact car built from 1995 through 2005 by DaimlerChrysler's Dodge and Plymouth brands. For a brief time in Canada and export markets outside the United States, it carried Chrysler badges. It was produced as a front wheel drive car to replace the Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance, as well as the Dodge/Plymouth Colt series. The Dodge Neon came in many different versions throughout its production, but the most lusted-after model is the Dodge SRT-4, because of its low price and class-leading performance.
The first generation Neon was introduced in January 1994 and manufactured for model years 1995 to 1999. It was available as a 4-door sedan or 2-door coupe. It was powered by either a 132 hp SAE (98 kW) 2.0 L SOHC or a 150 hp SAE (112 kW) 2.0 L DOHC 4-cylinder engine. The Neon was available with a 3-speed automatic transmission or a 5-speed manual transmission and was sold as a Dodge and Plymouth in the United States and Canada, and as the Chrysler Neon outside of North America.