Plymouth Neon Models and Neon History

For 1998, the Neon by Plymouth got a new LEV rating that lowered the emission to acceptable levels. Updated ABS, an ignition key lock system and four new body colors also debuted. 1999 saw no changes, but the 2000 model year got next-gen side-impact airbags and optional leather seating. The 2001 Plymouth saw no major changes. Chrysler took over the car line in 2002, unveiling the new R/T and ARC models that offered a 2.0-liter 150-horsepower engine. Several new body colors emerged as did a new safety release trunk handle. In 2003, a new four-speed gear box was added and some shuffling amongst trim levels took place. A powerful SRT-4 debuted in 2004, offering a 215 horsepower engine, sport-tuned suspension and a restyling of the interior and exterior. The only changes for 2005 were tweaks being made to the various trim levels.


New and Used Neon Prices, Plymouth Neon Model Years and History

A compact four-door sedan, the 2001 Plymouth Neon is a practical daily driver that gets up to 30 mpg highway
Sporting a fresh new design and more standard equipment, the 2000 Plymouth Neon is a compact sedan that gives you value for your dollar.
A compact sedan with fantastic fuel mileage, the 1999 Plymouth Breeze is a solid car that features heated mirrors and a 6-speaker sound system.
Sporting the R/T trim level, the 1998 Plymouth Neon is a compact sedan that gives you value for your dollar.