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Dodge Neon Charging and Staring Systems
Dodge Neon Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
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Dodge Neon Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Dodge Neon Emission System
Dodge Neon Engines & Components
Dodge Neon Exhaust
Dodge Neon Exterior
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Dodge Neon Glass
Dodge Neon Ignition System
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Dodge Neon Safety & Security
Dodge Neon Suspension & Steering
Dodge Neon Transmission & Drivetrain
Dodge Neon Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Dodge Neon Wheels and Tires
Dodge Neon Other Parts
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2001 Dodge Neon
The Neon was a compact car built from the 1995 model year until 2005. It used both the Dodge and Plymouth brand names. It was an economy car intended to replace a slew of other economy cars like the Dodge Shadow, Plymouth Sundance, and Dodge Colt.
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Sold with a 132 horsepower DOHC 4 cylinder or a 150 horsepower SOHC, the first generation Neons were not as speedy as advertised, but no one should have expected them to be. The MSRP for these cars was about as low as you could find on the US market. I think my local dealership accepted a pair of Air Jordans and a mule as equal trade. You can tell these first Neons, which were sold from 1995 until 1999, apart from newer models because their headlight covers would fog over after a year or so, even more so that they appeared brand new. Some even developed a dirty yellow tint. This was caused by UV radiations causing chemical reactions in the plastic. The second generation models were a little speedier with better reliability. The R/T model was especially sporty for its size and price. As Americans tend to be very cheap with their cars, the Neons sold fairly well throughout hte 1990's. If you can't find one of these used, you need to have your eyesight checked. If you can't find a used one on the internet, especially on eBay, you need to stop using the internet right now.
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