I bought my Dodge Neon used with 40,000
miles. Now, at 70,000 miles, I cannot
wait to get it off my hands. The car
is poorly constructed. I've spent way
too much of my free time fixing the
car. Only 3 months ago I dropped
almost a grand on a tune-up. Now, the
head gasket is broken and I have engine
damage. Why did Dodge continue to make
this car when they knew the head
gaskets would go with so few miles?
It's a very expensive thing to fix.
For a little more money, I could have
had a reliable car and peace of mind.
Small, quick, great gas mileage
Almost everything about this car leaves
room for improvement, from the loud
engine to the vibrations to the faulty