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Dodge Neon background information
The Dodge / Plymouth Neon is a compact car introduced by Chrysler in January 1994. Sold in Europe, Mexico, Canada and everywhere except the United States. In the US, Australia and Japan, the car was sold as a Chrysler Neon. Neon replaced Dodge Shadow, Plymouth Sundance & Duster, and Dodge & Plymouth Colt. The Neon coupe replaced the Plymouth Laser. Neon was available in many versions and configurations until September 23, 2005, when it was discontinued.
In 2016, in the Mexican market, Fiat began selling Fiat Tipo under the name Dodge Neon.
The first generation (1995-1999)
The first generation Neon was introduced in January 1994 and was produced until August 1999. The model was available as a four-door sedan and two-door coupe. There were versions of SOHC and DOHC four-cylinder engine from Chrysler with a capacity of 2.0 liters, producing 132 hp. (98 kW) at 6000 rpm and 175 Nm at 5000 rpm for the SOHC version and 150 hp. (110 kW) at 6500 rpm and 180 Nm at 5600 rpm for DOHC. A 3-speed automatic from Torqueflite and a 5-speed manual transmission were available for the models.
The car was also sold under rebranding under the names Dodge and Plymouth in the US and Canada. And in Mexico, Europe, Australia and other major export markets, the car was sold under the name Chrysler Neon.
Second generation (2000-2005)
In 1999, the second generation of the model was introduced.
The four-door sedan Dodge Neon is available in two configurations – SE and SXT. The basic version of the SE is equipped with: a cassette player, a folding rear seat and a function of adjusting the tilt of the steering wheel. Air conditioning and a CD player are available as an option. An improved version of the SXT includes: air conditioning, electric front windows, CD player instead of cassette, 15-inch alloy wheels and updated fog lights. An 8-speaker audio system, CD changer, cruise control, rear spoiler and anti-lock brake system are available at an additional cost.
Third generation (since 2016)
In 2016, in the Mexican market, Fiat began selling the Fiat Tipo under the name Dodge Neon, which replaced the Dodge Dart.
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