2005 Dodge Neon
127,867 Miles
$3,000

Everett, WA
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2004 Dodge Neon
155,886 Miles
$3,990

Milton, FL
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2004 Dodge Neon
48,171 Miles
$6,995

North Olmsted, OH
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2002 Dodge Neon
113,053 Miles
$3,400

Tipp City, OH
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2003 Dodge Neon
120,512 Miles
$2,577

Madison, WI
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2005 Dodge Neon
111,993 Miles
$4,495

Dayton, OH
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2003 Dodge Neon
91,455 Miles
$4,420

Waynesville, MO
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2003 Dodge Neon
110,674 Miles
$3,939

Sterling, IL
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2005 Dodge Neon
178,375 Miles
$3,988

Galesburg, IL
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2005 Dodge Neon
136,340 Miles
$3,750

Aurora, MO
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2002 Dodge Neon
52,396 Miles
$4,999

Virginia Beach, VA
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2003 Dodge Neon
112,891 Miles
$2,900

Mystic, CT
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1998 Dodge Neon
85,342 Miles
$2,999

Ham Lake, MN
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2005 Dodge Neon
128,283 Miles
$2,999

Ham Lake, MN
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2002 Dodge Neon
138,270 Miles
$1,599

Ham Lake, MN
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1998 Dodge Neon
64,056 Miles
$3,495

Fergus Falls, MN
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2003 Dodge Neon
102,759 Miles
$2,999

Crystal, MN
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2003 Dodge Neon
123,548 Miles
$3,492

Wabasha, MN
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2003 Dodge Neon
182,795 Miles
$1,200

Pine Island, MN
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2002 Dodge Neon
220,215 Miles

St. Francis, MN
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Dodge Neon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
4.1
Performance
3.4
Style
3.8
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
3.7

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Dodge Neon Owner Ratings & Reviews

1999 Dodge Neon - I got a lemon.

Earlston, Pennsylvania
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
1.0
My 1999 Dodge Neon is Forest Green in color, automatic transmission, 2.0 SOHC 4 cylinder engine, 2 door, aluminum alloy wheels. In dash CD player, 6 inch 3 way speakers in the door, 6 x9 3 way speakers in the rear deck, tweeters in the dash, 500 watt amp and 12 inch sub in the trunk. I keep the oil changed every 3000-5000 miles. I keep the air filter clean, change the plugs when needed, keep the brake pads in check. I wash the car and clean the interior. I use a vacuum on the carpet and armor all on the dash. Cosmetically and mechanically the car is very sound and looks good. The car is not a powerhouse but it can be upgraded extensively. It feels fine driving down the road and handles smoothly.
Story
I needed a truck to haul a Snap On toolbox and didnt have one. It was a taller toolbox with top and bottom. I measured the toolbox and it would not fit in my trunk properly, so I removed the rear seat and passenger seat from the car. After doing that I was able to fit the toolbox in the car and transport it. I had a Snap On toolbox as my passenger for the day.
Pros
The car gets great gas mileage. I have one of the better mileage vehicles among my friends. Its a very popular car and parts can be very inexpensive. There are a lot of aftermarket performance parts and upgrades available for the car. The car can be modded and radically changed and a lot of people do so. There are many different forums and sites dedicated to this model car. There are lots of Neon enthusiast who can give you advice online if you need it. It has a very nice style to it and its overall comfortable. A center console near the shifter is nice and the back seat has room for passe... (more)
Cons
The factory stereo and speakers are terrible and need to be replaced immediately. It doesn't have a tilt steering wheel, which I really like. The AC is not cold and isn't worth running, when you do turn on the AC it drains the cars power and reduces gas mileage.

2001 Dodge Neon - A decent, budget compact car

North Little Rock, Arkansas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
Don't expect above average performance. You get what you pay for. This car has lasted me a long time but, like anyone who's owned a car for a significant amount of time, I've had my share of troubles with it. Overall though, I've traveled to many places in the US with this car and had no problems on trips. It was purchased used, so it still had some miles on it (37,000+) however, it performed like new when I first got it. It's great on gas, so you'll save money at the pump.
Story
I once went on a "photography trip", since that is a hobby of mine. I drove about 20 minutes outside of where I live, to a place that's semi-rural. I was looking for interesting and or scenic things to photograph, and found plenty to photograph. It was a nice trip, but I've never been able to find that route again since!
Pros
It's definitely not a gas guzzler; you'll get good MPG on the Dodge Neon. I like the build of the car. It's sleek and compact. Even though it's an older car, it still looks modern. The seats are also comfortable, and I'm able to adjust it exactly to my comfort level. The sound system is pretty good for a budget car, too.
Cons
It leaks rainwater/snow when the weather is bad. I've taken it to a mechanic, and the mechanic couldn't tell me where the leak was. He suggested someone climb in the trunk, and another person spray the car down to find out the source of the leak! As a result of the leak, my car constantly smells like mold. I don't know how to fix it, either. Another thing is my horn doesn't work at all when the steering wheel is fixated at its lowest position, which is where I like to have it being a petite person.

2001 Dodge Neon - Durable but outdated

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Overall
3.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
I am still driving a 2001 Dodge Neon. The fact that I am still driving a 14 year old car tells you what I like best about it: It can keep chugging along for a long time. Also, it was a very affordable car, which I appreciated, when I needed to purchase a car on a graduate student salary. I am not a car expert, so I can't say anything too sophisticated about performance. I can say that the car seemed to struggle a bit when going up hills, and I felt that at times other cars were flying past me. Otherwise, though, it is an easy car to drive, with automatic transmission, and intuitive controls and dashboard displays. The fuel economy is reasonable, since it is a small car. The interior is comfortable, if not especially stylish. The trunk is decently sized -- I have carried out a number ap... (more)
Story
I have made many drives across the state on the PA turnpike, and I love the scenery in central PA, with its rolling mountains and its beautiful fall foliage.
Pros
It is a compact, easily maneuvered car, which helps, since I live in a city with small parking spaces and narrow roads. Additionally, as I said above, it has managed to keep running for a very long time.
Cons
I have experienced a number of problems along the way. For the past ~1-2 years, I have had recurring issues which have lit up the check engine light. I previously had a problem with the cooling system, with the engine nearly overheating on multiple occasions. The audio system is very limited -- just radio and a tape player -- and the volume controls no longer work properly.