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Unchanged from the previous year, the 1999 Dodge Neon Sport Sedan combines sporty performance at an affordable price, making this four-door car a great first-time buy for those on a budget. More powerful than the Highline, the 1999 Neon Sport comes with the twin-cam 2.0-liter, I4 at 150-hp. A 5-speed manual is standard, but you can also get a 3-speed automatic.
It basically has the same features as the Highline (console, rear defrost, intermittent wipers, air conditioning), but adds on fog lights, a tachometer, sports graphics, and a rear spoiler as part of its "Sport" branding. As with the Highline, you can add cruise control, power windows, locks, and mirrors, ABS brakes, a CD changer, and remote entry. Owners say the 1999 Neon Sport is quick and agile, with great handling and response, good cornering, and money-saving gas mileage. Though the Neon still has mechanical problems, there seem to be fewer complaints for 1999.
This overview covers the 4 Dr Sport Sedan trim only.
Please see our 1999 Dodge Neon Overview for more information.
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