1995 Dodge Neon Trims and Specs

4 Dr STD Sedan
Original MSRP: $9,475
Airbags Dual front airbags
Brakes Power
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Tires and Rims Tire type · Wheel width: 13 inch
Price $9,475 MSRP
Body Style Sedan
Engine 2.0L 132 hp I4
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$9,475
Invoice

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesOptional

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof--
Air ConditioningOptional
Leather Seats--
Power SeatsPassenger: Optional
Power Windows--
Power Door Locks--
Navigation System--

Engine

2.0L 132 hp I4
Power 132 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 129 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume11 gal
Front Legroom42.5 in
Back Legroom33.9 in
Wheelbase104 in
Length171.8 in
Width67.2 in
Height54.7 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume--
The base model 1995 Dodge Neon was a four-door subcompact sedan that was a great economy car for first-time owners. It featured a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, 132-hp engine and 5-speed manua... Read More
The base model 1995 Dodge Neon was a four-door subcompact sedan that was a great economy car for first-time owners. It featured a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, 132-hp engine and 5-speed manual transmission. A 3-speed automatic was optional. Standard features were bare-bones, with dual front airbags and cloth bucket seats. Lots of options were available, including 4-wheel ABS, air conditioning, cassette player, power steering, rear defrost, and a tilt steering wheel. Its biggest selling point was terrific fuel econom, at 27/35 mpg.
The Neon was not an eye-turner, but it served well as a city or commuter car. Drivers seemed to like its power and acceleration, particularly when you opened it up on the highway. It was easy to modify, and the fuel economy was top-notch. Lots of problems centered around the head gasket and general reliability of the 1995 Neon. Some owners complained it was noisy and that the ride was harsh.
4 Dr Highline Sedan
Original MSRP: $11,190
2 national listings
Adds to 4 Dr STD Sedan:
No additional major features.
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System AM/FM radio
Brakes Power
Convenience Features Power steering
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Tires and Rims Tire type · Wheel width: 13 inch
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Tinted
Price $11,190 MSRP
Body Style Sedan
Engine 2.0L 132 hp I4
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$11,190
Invoice

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesOptional

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof--
Air ConditioningOptional
Leather Seats--
Power SeatsPassenger: Optional
Power WindowsOptional
Power Door LocksOptional
Navigation System--
StereoRadio

Engine

2.0L 132 hp I4
Power 132 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 129 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume11 gal
Front Legroom42.5 in
Back Legroom33.9 in
Wheelbase104 in
Length171.8 in
Width67.2 in
Height54.7 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume--
The Highline edition of the 1995 Neon sedan was the next step up in terms of features. It sported the same 2.0liter, 4-cylinder, 132-hp engine as the STD, with a standard 5-speed manua... Read More
The Highline edition of the 1995 Neon sedan was the next step up in terms of features. It sported the same 2.0liter, 4-cylinder, 132-hp engine as the STD, with a standard 5-speed manual or optional 3-speed auto tran. It offered a few more standards, adding intermittent wipers, power steering, tinted windows, and power exterior mirrors to the bare-bones sedan. Plenty of options were available, though, and you could add air conditioning, a security system, 4-wheel ABS, cruise control, and a roof rack to the economy car.
A good starter car, the 1995 Neon Highline gets its biggest compliments for its terrific fuel economy, about 27/33 mpg, making it easy on the wallet. Good durability, adequate roominess for a compact, and a decent-sized trunk are other strong points. Negatives fall on peeling paint, a cheap-looking interior, a noisy ride, and low ground clearance.
2 Dr Highline Coupe
Original MSRP: $11,740
Adds to 4 Dr STD Sedan:
No additional major features.
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System AM/FM radio
Brakes Power
Convenience Features Center Console · Power steering
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Tires and Rims Tire type · Wheel width: 13 inch
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Tinted
Price $11,740 MSRP
Body Style Coupe
Engine 2.0L 132 hp I4
2.0L I4
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$11,740
Invoice

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesOptional

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof--
Air ConditioningOptional
Leather Seats--
Power SeatsPassenger: Optional
Power Windows--
Power Door LocksOptional
Navigation System--
StereoRadio

Engines

2.0L 132 hp I4
Power 132 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 129 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM
2.0L I4

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume11 gal
Front Legroom42.5 in
Back Legroom33.9 in
Wheelbase104 in
Length171.8 in
Width67.2 in
Height54.7 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume--
The 1995 Dodge Neon Highline Coupe was the base model two-door coupe. Less flashy in terms of features than the Sport Coupe, the Neon Highline came standard with a single overhead cam ... Read More
The 1995 Dodge Neon Highline Coupe was the base model two-door coupe. Less flashy in terms of features than the Sport Coupe, the Neon Highline came standard with a single overhead cam 2.0-liter, 132-hp I4, though it could be had with the DOHC version of this engine, which was standard in the Sport coupe. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard. It sat on 13-inch wheels and offered power steering and brakes, dual front airbags, intermittent wipers, and tinted glass. A whole host of options were available, including a 3-speed auto tran, ABS brakes, power locks, power mirrors, remote trunk release, and cruise control.
Most Neon Highline drivers feel their car has nice sporty handling and a tight turning ratio, and is generally fun to drive. It gets decent acceleration, and the fuel economy is perfect for budget-minded owners. Problems with the head gasket are frequently mentioned, as are the cheaply made interior materials and annoying wind noise through the poorly sealed window frames.
4 Dr Sport Sedan
Original MSRP: $12,715
Adds to 4 Dr STD Sedan:
No additional major features.
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System AM/FM radio
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Power
Convenience Features Multi-function remote: trunk release · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
Instrumentation Tachometer
Lights Front fog lights
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Security Power door locks
Tires and Rims 14 Inch Wheels · Tire type · Wheels: alloy
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Rear defogger · Tinted
Price $12,715 MSRP
Body Style Sedan
Engine 2.0L 132 hp I4
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$12,715
Invoice

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesStandard

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof--
Air ConditioningOptional
Leather SeatsOptional
Power SeatsPassenger: Optional
Power WindowsOptional
Power Door LocksStandard
Navigation System--
StereoRadio

Engine

2.0L 132 hp I4
Power 132 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 129 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume11 gal
Front Legroom42.5 in
Back Legroom33.9 in
Wheelbase104 in
Length171.8 in
Width67.2 in
Height54.7 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume--
The Neon is all about economy. Great gas mileage and few standard features keep the price down and make it ideal for the budget-conscious. The 1995 Neon Sport sedan featured the same 2... Read More
The Neon is all about economy. Great gas mileage and few standard features keep the price down and make it ideal for the budget-conscious. The 1995 Neon Sport sedan featured the same 2.0-liter, 132-hp I4 engine as the other Neon sedan trims, matched with a 5-speed manual transmission. But it sat on bigger 14-inch wheels, and added fog lights, a tachometer, tilt steering, and power door locks to what you could get on the Highline. A 3-speed auto tran was optional, and options exclusive to the Sport included a rear spoiler and leather seats and trim. This was in addition to cruise control, roof rack, and cassette player offered with the base and Highline trims.
Most owners report good handling and performance from their Neon Sport. It was relatively fun to drive, although some wished the heavy Neon had more power. Fuel economy was top-notch. The Neon was plagued with reliability problems, and owners point out problems with head gaskets, the air conditioning, and bad window seals that made the ride noisy. A plain and cheap-looking interior was also not a high point.
2 Dr Sport Coupe
Original MSRP: $14,067
Adds to 4 Dr STD Sedan:
No additional major features.
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System AM/FM radio
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Power
Convenience Features Center Console · Multi-function remote: trunk release · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
Exterior Features Rear spoiler
Instrumentation Tachometer
Lights Front fog lights
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Security Power door locks
Tires and Rims 14 Inch Wheels · Tire type · Wheels: alloy
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Rear defogger · Tinted
Price $14,067 MSRP
Body Style Coupe
Engine 2.0L 150 hp I4
2.0L I4
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$14,067
Invoice

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway
3-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
23MPG city
30MPG highway
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
25MPG city
34MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesStandard

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof--
Air ConditioningOptional
Leather SeatsOptional
Power SeatsPassenger: Optional
Power Windows--
Power Door LocksStandard
Navigation System--
StereoRadio

Engines

2.0L 150 hp I4
Power 150 hp @ 6,800 RPM
Torque 131 lb-ft @ 5,600 RPM
2.0L I4

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume11 gal
Front Legroom42.5 in
Back Legroom33.9 in
Wheelbase104 in
Length171.8 in
Width67.2 in
Height54.7 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume--
Though the Neon conjures up pictures of a plain, boring sedan, the 1995 Neon offered a 2-door Sport coupe with extra kick, thanks to a dual overhead cam version of the 2.0-liter I4 engi... Read More
Though the Neon conjures up pictures of a plain, boring sedan, the 1995 Neon offered a 2-door Sport coupe with extra kick, thanks to a dual overhead cam version of the 2.0-liter I4 engine. This engine hit 150-hp as opposed to 132 in the sedans. Like the sedans, the coupe came standard with a 5-speed manual transmission or optional 3-speed. The single overhead cam 132-hp engine was also optional.
Maintaining the sportier image, the Neon Sport coupe featured standard rear spoiler, fog lights, tinted glas, and a tachometer. Power locks, power mirrors, and intermittent wipers were standard, as was 4-wheel ABS, which wasn't true on the sedans. A roof rack, leather seats, and cruise control were optional.
Fun to drive and easy on the gas are the main attractions of the Dodge Neon Sport coupe. Owners love its power and acceleration and confident handling. Reliability is the main downside of the Neon Sport coupe. Head gasket failures, paint chipping, and lots of repairs are often mentioned.