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Good Car, Good Gas Mileage
I bought this car 5 years ago and have put quite a few miles on it since I got it. This car gets good gas mileage and is fun to drive. This is one of those cars that if you take care of it, it will ... Read More
Never Purchace This Car.
This car is horrible. The build quality is not good. Everything breaks on this car very eaisly. I actually thing i might have spent more times fixing it than i have driving it. The car itself when it ... Read More
A 2-door version of the Highline four-door sedan, the 1999 Dodge Neon Highline Coupe is geared more towards personal use than as an affordable family car. Even so, the backseat is roomy enough to carry passengers comfortably and features split-fold rear seats to expand the trunk space.
Like the sedan, the 1999 Neon Highline Coupe features the 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, 132-hp engine paired with a 5-speed manual or optional 3-speed automatic. Power steering, intermittent wipers, center console, and dual front airbags are standard, but you can easily upgrade to a more high-end vehicle with cruise control, sunroof, ABS brakes, CD changer, alloy wheels, power locks and windows, and remote entry. The 150-hp twin-cam 2.0 I4 is also available on the 1999 Neon Highline Coupe, which makes it even faster and more fun to drive, say owners, who also like its smooth ride and sporty handling. Legroom is generous and the price is definitely right with the Neon. Road and wind noise and overall reliability and quality are the most common complaints.
This overview covers the 2 Dr Highline Coupe trim only.
Please see our 1999 Dodge Neon Overview for more information.
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