1995 Plymouth Neon from North America
Even with the problems it is still a wonderful car
When we first got the car from the previous owner the brakes were shot.
Since we have owned it we have given it 3 tune-ups.
The fuel line rotted in 2 different spots. This made the car die on me. I had to have it towed for $45.
To replace the fuel line itself it cost $50.
After having the fuel line fixed, it was still sluggish and would stutter to such a great extent that I thought it would die on me.
Now we have discovered that we need to replace the fuel injectors which costs $80 to $85 for each injector and there is 4 of them.
The mechanic also says that "The sock" inside the fuel tank could be clogged and said he would flush out the tank and put a new sock on it. The cost of replacing both the fuel injectors and the fuel tank will cost $500.
It leaks oil in three different spots.
Speedometer goes out all the time.
The window on the drivers side leaks water when it rains, hails or when you get the car washed.
I need to add oil ever 2 weeks or so.
Even thought I've had a lot go wrong with my car I still love it! The car is very comfortable except maybe for people who have very long legs.
The car has a great sound system in it and gets great bass.
It has a fairly large trunk, but if you need extra space, the back seat folds down to add more room. This comes in handy.
The car is very sporty looking and is a perfect car for a girl or guy who likes the sporty look. Mine is strawberry red and looks great in direct sunlight.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th April, 2002