We happened upon a Dodge Neon looking
for basic tranportation, and walked
away with a steal. With a sticker price
of $15460, it is overpriced, but when
the deal discounted the cae, including
a $2500 rebate, down to $9995, no one
could pass this up. With a manual
transmission at that price, many may
pass it up, but a manual makes the car
more fun to drive, as it is slightly
underpowered (been driving a 200
horsepower van for years).
The alloy wheels, cd player, power
windows, and keyless enry under 10
grand? You gota be kinding! Even if its
The cup holders are in poor locations!
Other than that, its a winner, and I
have 3 Fords in my driveway.
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