I bought my Neon in '98 and it had
40,000 miles. I knew that it wasn't
really built to last but reliability
was high on my priority list so I gave
this car a go. For the most part, it
treated me right since I didn't really
have any major problems until I
surpassed the 100k mark when my engine
just died on me. I think this car is
great for a college student or for
someone buying for the first time. Keep
it for no more than 3 years and move on.
gas mileage and cozy inside. Price is
Considering the bargain price, I guess
you get what you pay for.
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