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I've worked on these cars since 96 so I know them really well. Performance is great for what you pay for them. Cost is good as parts are very cheap and buying a Factory Service manual is cheap plus ... Read More
The Neon is a lightweight subcompact car and doesn't need much engine for it to achieve rocket-like performance and a thrilling ride for what looks like a mild-mannered commuter or family car. The 1999 Dodge Neon R/T Sedan is the high performance trim in the lineup, with the twin-cam 2.0-liter, 150-hp I4, which doesn't sound like much until you hit the acceleration. It comes with a 5-speed manual transmission. There is no automatic offered with the R/T.
The 1999 Neon R/T Sedan features sports suspension, bigger sway bars, and special badging and stripes. It has a lot of what the Sport carries in terms of standard offerings, but includes alloy wheels and leather trim for the steering wheel and shifter. ABS brakes, cruise control, remote entry, and power windows and locks are all extra. Fun, sporty, and surprisingly fast, say owners of the 1999 Neon R/T. Handling is spot-on, and the car takes curves well. Plus, there's plenty of interior room and it fits within even the tightest of budgets. Aftermarket modifications are cheap and easy. Head gasket problems persist, but are probably corrected in a used car by now.
This overview covers the 4 Dr R/T Sedan trim only.
Please see our 1999 Dodge Neon Overview for more information.
Looking for a Used Neon in your area?CarGurus has 1,870 nationwide Neon listings starting at $1,000.