Used 1999 Dodge Neon Sedan
Edmunds' Expert Review
Neon has virtually redefined what it takes to compete in the small car market since it debuted in 1994 as an early 1995 model. Featuring likable styling, a zoomy, go-fast engine and plenty of room for four, the Neon has become the benchmark for manufacturers looking to build inexpensive small cars.
The new Ford Escort and Mercury Tracer are more refined than this Dodge, but still can't match the Neon for sheer driving fun. The Toyota Tercel is 40 horsepower and a personality off the mark. Nissan's Sentra is bland in comparison. Chevy's Cavalier feels heavy and ponderous; ditto the Pontiac Sunfire. The Toyota Corolla is a fine car, but can't compete with the sheer value offered by the Neon. Neither can the Chevrolet Prizm. Mazda Protege and Honda Civic suffer the same problem.
What about reliability, though? Well, if the surveys conducted by several independent firms around the country are any indication, the Neon suffers from hit-and-miss quality. Edmund's has received mail from folks who think it's the greatest car they've ever owned, and from others who wanted to know if their problems qualified for any lemon law protection. Overall, the impression we've gained is favorable, though we are hesitant to recommend this scrappy compact to those who've traditionally driven Japanese imports.
Order the R/T Group, and you'll receive a sport fascia with fog lamps, racing stripes, sport suspension, sport-tuned engine controller, 14-inch wheel covers, four-wheel disc brakes and Tango interior fabric. The R/T stripes are great for financially-challenged Viper aficionados with active imaginations. For less boisterous personalities, the stripes can be deleted. Sounds like a recipe for fun, considering the 2.0-liter DOHC and sport suspension. As we've said before, the Neon Competition and R/T are the most fun you can have for $15,000, aside from a used Mazda Miata or a year vacationing in Cabo San Lucas.
If Chrysler Corporation can quell consumer fears about the reliability of this little car and keep prices in line, there won't be any point in shopping around. Just drop in to any Dodge dealer and drive off in one of the best values available today.
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Used 1999 Dodge Neon Sedan Overview
The Used 1999 Dodge Neon Sedan is offered in the following styles: R/T 4dr Sedan, Competition 4dr Sedan, Sport 4dr Sedan, and Highline 4dr Sedan.
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Should I lease or buy a 1999 Dodge Neon?
Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.