The 1996 Plymouth Neon serves as a front-drive, compact car. The Neon sells as both a two-door coupe and a sedan. It has been referred to as the “Japanese car killer? due to its relatively low production cost. The Neon boasts good looks, power, and price. It successfully blends power and personality with practicality and affordability and competes with cars such as the Honda Civic, Pontiac Sunfire, Nissan Sentra, Ford Escort, Chevrolet Cavalier, and Toyota Corolla.
The 1996 Plymouth Neon rides a 104-inch wheelbase. It measures 171.8 inches long and 67.5 inches wide. It stands at roughly 53 inches tall, with the sedan models being an inch or two shorter. The Neon uses rack and pinion steering and full independent suspension.
The front of the 1996 Plymouth Neon has bucket seats with cloth upholstery. Gauges and controls seem logically placed, and both legible and accessible. Air-conditioning, an AM/FM radio with a CD or cassette player, cruise control, power windows, and power locks provide options.
Overall, the Neon offers a great ride and handles well in good weather; however, it experiences issues with durability and overall reliability. After its fair share of use, the 1996 Plymouth Neon tends to rattle, squeak, and need repairs.
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