1999 Plymouth Neon
84,736 Miles
$2,495

Austin, MN
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2000 Plymouth Neon
165,727 Miles
$2,995

Genoa, IL
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1995 Plymouth Neon
173,297 Miles
$2,499

Kannapolis, NC
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2000 Plymouth Neon
142,406 Miles
$2,000

Van Wert, OH
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2001 Plymouth Neon
186,735 Miles
$2,995

Lincoln, NE
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2001 Plymouth Neon
112,309 Miles
$1,401

Bedford, VA
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1996 Plymouth Neon
151,413 Miles

Bedford, VA
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1999 Plymouth Neon
133,000 Miles
$1,895

Marion, IA
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2000 Plymouth Neon
133,120 Miles
$2,995

Deer Park, WA
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2000 Plymouth Neon
$1,990

Melbourne, FL
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2001 Plymouth Neon
49,657 Miles
$3,995

Hatboro, PA
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2000 Plymouth Neon
89,210 Miles
$3,245

Columbus, OH
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1999 Plymouth Neon
131,200 Miles
$1,000

Pearl River, NY
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1996 Plymouth Neon
139,000 Miles

Cleveland, OH
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1996 Plymouth Neon
87,583 Miles
$1,699

Grand Junction, CO
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2001 Plymouth Neon
127,326 Miles
$2,498

Fort Wayne, IN
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Plymouth Neon Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.2
Value
3.9
Performance
2.7
Style
2.9
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.9
Maintenance
3.3

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Plymouth Neon Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 Plymouth Neon - Reliable, tough, hard to let go

Fort Loudon, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I have had my Plymouth Neon for several years. When I purchased it from a dealership with a sketchy reputation, I have to admit I was concerned that it might be a lemon. It looked rough and the on the ride home I noticed several rattles and noises. I also could tell that this vehicle had been through a flood. I had purchased it because it was the only car that I could find within my very meager budget. When I got it home to my partner and her brother who are mechanics, they looked at me like I was crazy. After a thorough inspection, we were all surprised to find that the only parts that required replacement was the air filter, some brake pads, and a spark plug. Soon I was on the road and making my 140 mile daily commute in the old Neon. I drove it had for three years without any major ... (more)
Story
My favorite memory of this vehicle is the day that I bought it and brought it home. I was desperate to purchase a vehicle and I only had $1500 to work with. A friend of mine suggested that I try a dealership in a scary part of Philadelphia. It was known for selling really cheap but beat up cars. I finally ran out of time and had to find something so I went to this car lot. There weren't very m... (more)
Pros
My favorite feature of this vehicle is the gas mileage. I get about 34 miles to the gallon on highways. On city streets I get about 28 miles to the gallon. I also like the way it feels to drive the car. Its not too large and it is easy to maneuver in case of parallel parking. I've driven it home to visit my mother in upstate New York and it handles very well in the ice and snow. I always feel in control. The trunk is very large compared to the overall size of the car. The back seat folds down so that I can haul longer items if necessary. The interior is a charcoal gray color which is nice ... (more)
Cons
I've experienced a few negative issues with my Neon. None of them have tarnished my overall opinion of the car very much, but they were cons nonetheless. I'm disappointed in the paint on the car. It has chipped in several places and in some cases very large chunks have fallen off. I have noticed this on other Neons that I have seen, so I assume this is a common problem. Its not a good look. The air conditioner has not held up like the rest of this vehicle. Every year it has required a re-charge and I have never had that issue with any other vehicle. Even after the charge, the air never get... (more)

1999 Plymouth Neon - Average American Sedan

Lincoln, Nebraska
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The first and second generation Neons were America's most universal economy subcompact. And while they came loaded with features you'd expect on more expensive models during the 1990s, they had their fair share of wear items. The build quality is reasonably good, with little to no rust after 20 years. However, like many Chrysler products, the Neons had issues with their oil seals, as well as chipping paint, and unusually rapid brake pad wear. And they don't age gracefully, since they need sensors replaced more and more often as the years go by. Toward the late 1990's, it would likely be difficult to find a Neon that didn't leak engine oil, and that actually had a sunroof that ran smoothly in its mechanical tracks. Still, this car was the best bang for buck on a domestic-branded automob... (more)
Story
The sunroof is great for dispatching drink items to rude tailgating drivers. Splat, and the culprit slows down and backs off as a messy drink cup explodes all over the offender windshield. A one-finger salute in the summer is also possible with the sunroof open.
Pros
The car for its era achieved good fuel economy, getting at least 21 in the city and up to 26 or 27 miles per gallon on the highway. Despite the majority of engines being linked to a basic 3-speed automatic transmission, the set-up is easier to service and costs less in repairs should something go awry. The car has a reliable air conditioning system that is well-designed to run on the then-new industry standard refrigerant 134a. And while the Neon engine tends to hum and drone above 2,000 rpms, it is overall a smooth and reliable vehicle, especially its power steering, battery and alternato... (more)
Cons
Unfortunately, while a driver may get his or her money's worth out of this vehicle's first 10 years of life, after that the Mexican-based manufactured parts start to show severe wear, with reliability issues. Ignition components such as spark plugs use older copper-lined points, which require spark plug replacement about every 20,000 to 30,000 miles. Normal brake pads only last about 30,000 miles, and are usually replaced with equally cheap rotors, instead of being re-machined and re-packed. Also, as the car hits the 10-year mark, its water pump and leaking radiator should definitely be re... (more)

1998 Plymouth Neon - My Neon

Minot, North Dakota
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
1.0
I purchased this car with cash from a private party. By the time I got it, it was pretty much on its last legs. Almost nothing worked on it, and it rumbled to beat the band! It got me to and from work for a few months before it died a slow and peaceful death. Controls were comfortably situated inside the vehicle, and the seats were comfortable. It also had quite a roomy trunk for major shopping trips. The gas mileage wasn't bad, considering the age and condition of the car. The speedometer had long ceased to work, so I always had to make sure I was keeping pace with, but not overtaking, the rest of the automobile traffic. When I purchased the car, I realized that it might not have much life left in it. So I tried to just enjoy it for what it was as long as I had it. It granted me more... (more)
Story
I did a 360-degree turn on an overpass in Minot, ND because of icy conditions on the road. It all turned out well as no one was coming from the opposite direction, and I remembered to turn into the skid!
Pros
Comfort Freedom Large trunk
Cons
Mechanical issues Interior flaws