1995 Plymouth Neon Highline 2.0 from North America
No you're not a sleep, This is a true Nightmare
So many things went wrong I do not have room to list them all. From five hundred miles until the engine failed it was in the shop each week. There was a service file over four inches thick. From wiring to fuel injection to parts falling off to water flooding into the interior. The dash was replaced. The steering was replaced. The drivers door was replaced as it fell off. The body had so much flex that going around a corner the windows would pop out of their tracks.
Chrysler ripped off my money. IMO. I wanted my wonderful Mazda back, but it had already been sold. Those that got a good neon are very lucky. Most people did not. Sad when a two year old car is headed for the scrap yard.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 14th May, 2005