I keep hearing about the Dodeg Neon that it's a fun, safe little car.
Well, I'm here to tell you that's it's not.
Anyone who thinks that this car is safe, needs to listen to me.
My girlfriend was driving a Neon when she was T boned hit broadside on the passanger side when she was driving, and she was killed instantly.
The car crumbled
up like a tin car.
The biggest piece of crap that was ever made.
The unsafest car ever made, period!
I am so so sorry to hear of the loss of your girlfriend, that is exactly why I am here reading the reviews about this car, I already know it is a small car, but I have average credit and I'm one of those people that only have 3 cars to choose from on a lot and I don't want any of them then I wait and come up with more money to get a better car etc etc...You know what I'm trying to say, and a 2004 Dodge Neon was one of the cars of course, then it jumps up to a Nicer Ford Five Hundred but it's a V6 and I drive 66 miles hwy a day and a 4cyl vs a 6cyl is almost 200 more a month on gas for me...So I am torn....Other than the Neon being small do you know of anything that is known to go on the Neon that could cost me a bundle that I may not be able to afford to fix?
I know your girlfriend is up there resting in peace and glad that you have spread the word regarding the car being the main reason for her death...That makes me horribly sad, I think this one is out of the question for me...I would rather live and get shitty gas mileage...Right?
The odds are already against me being on the road so much a day!!!! Thank you and God Bless
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