Chrysler Neon

The Plymouth/Dodge Neon is a front-engine, front-wheel drive compact car introduced in January 1994 for model year 1995 by Chrysler's Dodge and Plymouth divisions in two-door and four-door bodystyles over two generations.

Marketed in Europe, Mexico, Canada, Japan, Egypt, Australia and South America as a Chrysler, the Neon was offered in multiple versions and configurations over its production life, which ended with model year 2005.

The Neon nameplate was subsequently resurrected in 2016 as a rebadged variant of Fiat Tipo for the Mexican market.

7.4 with 18 votes

Design: 7.0
Comfort: 8.0
Reliability: 6.9
Costs: 6.0
Performance: 9.3
Price: 1000 $


Be the first to write a review!