2002 Dodge Neon
MSRP
$16,465

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Dodge Neon

  • Much more fun to drive hard than a similarly priced Honda or Toyota

    - Car and Driver
  • Upgrades to the Neon's interior give the [R/T package] the feel of a small luxury sedan.

    - Road & Track
  • The [optional] 150-horsepower...four-cylinder is a game powerplant that gives all it's got, right up to the redline.

    - Road & Track

What reviewers liked least about the Dodge Neon

  • Skip the three-speed automatic, which cuts into acceleration and fuel economy.

    - Automobile
  • There's still room for improvement in some fit and finish areas.

    - Motor Trend
  • The Neon's balky five-speed [manual] isn't the stuff hot-rod dreams are made of.

    - The Car Connection
  • We were unimpressed with the amount of noise...when the engine is revved above 3000 rpm.

    - The Car Connection

Dodge Neon Comparisons

  • The Neon is still louder than [Ford Focus ZX3 and Toyota Echo] overall.

    - AutoWeek
  • The Neon seems quieter and more refined than Chevy's Cavalier.

    - New Car Test Drive

Best one-liner about the Dodge Neon

  • The Neon's balky five-speed [manual] isn't the stuff hot-rod dreams are made of.

    - The Car Connection

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