I was forced to buy a Neon because my Dodge Ram crapped out and I needed trade it in to the dealer who had towed it in to be repaired (again!). The Neon was supposed to be temporary until I fouond something I really wanted to buy. I've been satisfied with the car, payments are low, and I have no good reason to buy anything else. The car is a little noisy with some vibration, but since I always have music cranked it doesn't bother me. I had to have the driver's side door lock fixed. but except for a $50 it was paid for by the warranty. I think I'll keep it.. at least until the warranty expires.
Looks sharp. Good gas milage.
I didn't even realize the back windows were manual until after I bought the car and someone sitting back there told me. So start there. Getting rid of some of some of the wind noise and vibration would be a bonus.
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