1998 Dodge Neon Consumer Review: Great Car For Price

1998 Dodge Neon - Consumer Review

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Sport Coupe (2.0L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Great Car For Price
By Larry S. on


1998 Dodge Neon Sport 2dr Coupe


Have the Sport Coupe with manual tranny, bought new in 1998 for $13 grand. As of this post have 71,000 miles on it. Getting 32 mpg overall, 36 on interstate. Great performance and handling. It's a fun car to drive! Needs premium gas to get max performance but I "mix" 89 octane with premium to lower gas cost. In 10 years the only major problem was the water pump died. Cost was $600 to repair which was high but couldn't shop around for lower price at time. For the low price and great performance it can't be beat in its segment of the market. I also have a 2003 Neon (only made as 4 door)with manual, but it only gets 26 mpg avg. and ain't as quick or the looker of the coupe.

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Looks, gas mileage for performance, low sticker price ($5 grand less than Honda Civic with more horses).

Worst Features

Neon no longer sold! Dodge should bring the 98 coupe style back (small performance car with high mpg) with 2008 gas prices what they are... this type car will be built soon, it was 7 years ahead of its time!
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