I needed a new car. I wanted a neon. I
found a 95 neon with alittle over 100k
on the ticker. I never had a problem
with it.then my girlfreind wrecked it.
I needed a new car, again I wanted a
neon. This time I got a 98 with about
50k miles. I have had to replace the
head gasket but the key to not having
to replace it again is making sure you
replace it with the correct gasket.
Being that it is 2004 you will be
buying one of these babies used and
the head gasket has already been
replaced. Now my girlfreind needed a
new car. Guess what we got, thats
right a 95 4door neon. Out of our 3
neons we have only had the one
Lots of upgrades either from mopar or
the aftermarket companies. You can not
beat what you get for the price
I cant think of anything. These cars
go as low as $300 used, you get more
than you pay for. When they were brand
new the head gasket wouldve been a
valid complaint but like I said
chances are your new used neon has
been taken care of. www.neons.org can
help you alot!
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