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1996 Plymouth Neon Coupe

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Plymouth Neon Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.0 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 132 hp @ 6000 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 24/35 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1996 Plymouth Neon

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  • What's New for 1996

    Antilock brakes are optional across the line, and base models get more standard equipment for 1996. A value-packed Expresso package is aimed at 20-something first-time buyers. A base coupe is newly available, and all Neons are supposedly quieter than last year. A power moonroof joins the options list, and a remote keyless entry system with panic alarm is available.

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Customer Reviews

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95 sport

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

So far, this car has been very fun to drive and have had no problems with it. It is a great gas saver car and runs very well. It has a few mods to it and really flys down the road. I love the car and would tell others to get one. If you take care of the car, it will last you for a long time as this one has.




95 neon

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

Great gas mileage. Getting 38 to 41 mpg highway and 29 to 30 here which is in some serious mountains -- traveling over two mountains twice a day with elevations from 900 to almost 4000 feet. Handles good and plenty of power for something that gets that good of gas mileage. Front seats roomy but small back legroom. Large trunk. Headlight lenses turned milky over the years and rubber gaskets around windows, etc. cracking. Easily shifts gears, paint not so great.




Great first car

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

I bought my Neon three years ago at a car auction. As a high school student, it was my first car. Originally I was thrilled to have ANY car but my trusty Neon has turned out to be a great buy. I have had absolutely no problems and I have put maybe $300 in maintenance/repairs into it. It is an excellent car for any high school or college student.




Bang for the buck

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

I bought my Neon Sport new and have nothing negative to say about it. I did have a couple of problems (that were covered by warranty) so it wasn't too bad. The car is now 10 years old with 280,000 miles and with the exception of some color fading (just on the hood and left front panel)which no one can explain since the rest of it looks new no other problems!




Never again

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

Had to many problems to count, including the usual head gasket replacement. Left me stranded out on the highway several times.




Not bad

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Vehicle: 1995 Plymouth Neon

I have had few problems with this car. The only thing was the head gasket about 75,000. It has had no other major problems. Drives good and the gas mileage is outstanding. The 5- speed is the was to go. The brakes are as good as new at 122,000. Cant complain about this car.



Full 1996 Plymouth Neon Review

What's New for 1996

Antilock brakes are optional across the line, and base models get more standard equipment for 1996. A value-packed Expresso package is aimed at 20-something first-time buyers. A base coupe is newly available, and all Neons are supposedly quieter than last year. A power moonroof joins the options list, and a remote keyless entry system with panic alarm is available.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 24
  • cty
/
  • 35
  • highway
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