“Yeah, it’s a Neon.”
Some dumbass teenager somehow managed to get a blue Dodge Neon up to 146 miles per hour, and then got caught by police. He went to jail, but the worst punishment came from the police department posting about it on their Instagram.
Maybe we love and hate the Dodge Neon because in it we see ourselves.
When it comes to carving mountain passes, what better car could there be but Neon?
But you won’t be able to buy it.
The Dodge Neon SRT-4 is an angry car. Angry that it's too American to fit in with import tuner cars and not masculine enough to fit in with the muscle cars.
Before I begin my rant, let me preface by saying that I know there are a lot of Dodge Neon fans in the world. Yes, you sir and/or madam, you are acknowledged. Now on with the show.
It's good for a Craigslist seller to advise potential victims customers of any problems there might be with the car that's for sale before it's been sold.
The laws of supply and demand win again; Just when American used cars were becoming more expensive, a Singapore-based entrepreneur has decided now's the time to sell a cache of 150 1997 never-driven Chrysler Neons.
The two for one offer is a marketing gimmick older than the Shamwow and more compelling than than an amped up Oxiclean pitch. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe K-car offers both Town and Country, plus a but wait there's more Neon SRT4 engine. Will its price however, keep you from calling now?
A reportedly loaded Shane Crolick passed a New York State trooper outside of Oneida this morning at 153 MPH, leading police on a chase in a Dodge Neon SRT4 loaded with passengers.
E30s? Miatas? Supras? Forget 'em! With Day One of the '10 Gator-O-Rama LeMons in the books, the standings are dominated by a group of cars that brings tears of joy to our eyes!
In the mid-90s, Chrysler had finally built an all-American compact car that struck fear into the Japanese auto industry. The Neon was pretty quick, looked good, and sipped gas. Then… disaster!
Other than the Saturn S Series, the Neon has been the most reliable Detroit-built LeMons car. The Neon is fast, handles well, and has excellent parts availability. Why don't more Civic LeMons racers switch to the more reliable (on the race track) Neon? Yeah, why is that?
Yesterday, GM announced a return to basics. That's good because sometimes, mobility alone is all we can afford. Few bare-bones cars had something making them more than basic transportation. Some, starting with the Model T, did. Here's our favorites.
Wack-job messages like this are usually set aside for windowless cargo vans, but this über-creepy Dodge Neon driver has taken it upon himself to prove that hand-painted molestation messages know no bounds.
As you know, American-made vehicles took four of the top five places at the 24 Hours Of LeMons Gator-O-Rama, and the Stars And Stripes flew proudly over the Index Of Effluency winner as well.
Tech inspection is over, the cars are circulating on the track for transponder tests, and the green flag is about to drop. Some teams, thinking it would be to their advantage to be among the final cars through the BS Inspection, held back until the last few minutes. Yeah, the judges will be too rushed to spot your…
Cardomain reader Warren is a man who, if nothing else, carries through on a theme. He's outfitted the 1996 Dodge Neon he calls his own in a very nice bright orange and neon green motif, a set of very rad wheels, a truly inspired aero package, and some cool skull themed decals and upholstery. Feeling the car lacked a…