2nd Apr 2005, 23:33

Me again the writer of this review, It has been a whole year, no more snow in Eastern Washington. The doors do not lock on their own anymore. It seems to have cleared up on its own. Haven't had any problems <knock on Wood>! I just wish I would have bought a manual instead of an automatic. I had a ton of fun driving a Nissan Sentra today maybe that will be my next car.

2nd Jul 2006, 22:07

Congrats on the Neon. Chrysler has AWESOME value in its cars, and for the money they are much better than anything Japan builds. We've owned a Focus and loved it and had not one second's trouble with it. We've also owned three Chrysler products: An '88 Daytona that went 110,000 miles without a hint of a problem, a '90 Omni that went an amazing 240,000 miles with only two brake jobs and two timing belts, and a 2001 Dodge Dakota that was totalled at 50,000 (I'd planned to put 250,000 on it). Be warned, however, Chrysler DOES NOT honor its warranty!!! Just pray you don't have any problems because you will be very much on your own. If my experience is typical you'll never see the inside of a service department anyway.

25th Jun 2007, 21:25

Well me again, I think its time to trade in the Neon and go back to the Focus... Trading in the Neon for a 2007 Ford Focus, one of the 3 door hatchbacks...

17th Oct 2007, 01:30

So what happens when you make too many trades with negative equity... you get a huge car payment, that the slightest change in job will cause it to be repo'd. It happened. ::all well:: I now drive ::don't laugh:: a '91 Ford Tempo. Now as I may have mentioned earlier my family owned an '89 with a trillion problems. So I was skeptical, however I found this car when I was at a wedding out of town. The ad said it had only 89,000 miles on it and they were asking $700. We went to check out the car, it actually only had 69,000 original miles on it, everything worked perfect, the car ran beautiful... no leaks, nothing broken including the cruise... the young girl selling it really had no idea what she had, offered $500 for it, she countered with $600 (we felt like we were going to lose the deal) We agreed and purchased the car on the spot. I have had to do basic maintenance, but this is one fine car. Defintely a diamond in the rough. I expect to have it for at least another 100 - 150 thousand miles, if I keep up the maintenance. I'll keep you posted. Thanks for listening.

11th May 2009, 16:01

Can you give us an update of the ford tempo '91.