1995 Dodge Neon

  • 1995 Dodge Neon Base Sedan
    • MAX MPG
      38
    • SEATS
      5
    • HP/TORQUE
      132/129
    • ENGINE
      2.0L I4
    • MSRP
      $11,240
  • 1995 Dodge Neon Highline Coupe
    • MAX MPG
      38
    • SEATS
      5
    • HP/TORQUE
      132/129
    • ENGINE
      2.0L I4
    • MSRP
      $11,240
  • 1995 Dodge Neon Highline Sedan
    • MAX MPG
      38
    • SEATS
      5
    • HP/TORQUE
      132/129
    • ENGINE
      2.0L I4
    • MSRP
      $11,240
  • 1995 Dodge Neon Sport Coupe
    • MAX MPG
      38
    • SEATS
      5
    • HP/TORQUE
      150/133
    • ENGINE
      2.0L I4
    • MSRP
      $13,567
  • 1995 Dodge Neon Sport Sedan
    • MAX MPG
      38
    • SEATS
      5
    • HP/TORQUE
      132/129
    • ENGINE
      2.0L I4
    • MSRP
      $13,267
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1995 Dodge Neon Review

Barely keeps up with its Japanese rivals.

Reviewed by Automotive on

Overview

The 1995 Dodge Neon is small entry-level vehicle with outstanding fuel economy, getting 34 mpg on the highway. As a whole, it competes well with other compacts in its class. It offers similar features and variety as its rivals such as the Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla. Moreover, its sporty design may be preferable to the bland look of those competitors; however, it falls short in several important categories, such as reliability and longevity.

The Range

Body Styles: coupe, sedan
Engines: 2.0-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual
Models: Dodge Neon, Dodge Neon Highline, Dodge Neon Sport

What's New

The 1995 Dodge Neon replaces the former Dodge Shadow, featuring new equipment like the two-liter engine that produces 132 horsepower. The Sport model comes equipped with a twin-cam version that generates 150 horsepower. Dual airbags are now standard, and integrated child seats are available as options.

Exterior

The 1995 Dodge Neon is available in a two-door coupe or a four-door sedan, both are a compact vehicle with a rounded design. Thirteen-inch wheels are equipped as standard on the base and Highline models, while the Sport receives 14-inch alloy wheels. The Sport model also includes standard tinted glass. Moreover, the edgy and rounded design is an advantage over some its closest rivals that have a more bland style.

Interior

The 1995 Dodge Neon is an economical choice, but the base model comes with few standard features like cloth bucket seats However, the upgraded Highline and Sport models offer several excellent features including power door locks and exterior mirrors, alloy wheels, power steering, intermittent windshield wipers, and AM/FM audio system. Several optional accessories are available including child seats, cruise control, leather seating, roof rack, and rear spoiler.

Performance & Handling

What the 1995 Dodge Neon lacks in power it makes up for in gas mileage, which is a common trade-off that is to be expected with economy compacts. Acceleration is poor, and the car can rattle at high speeds; however, handling and steering are good. It remains modest with its two-liter V-4 that produces 132 horsepower and 129 lb-ft of torque. Equipped with a standard five-speed manual transmission, three-speed automatic is available as an option. For better performance, a dual overhead cam engine is optional.

Safety

The 1995 Dodge Neon has safety features that include driver and passenger front airbags for all models. The Sport model comes equipped with four-wheel anti-lock brake systems (ABS) and fog lights.

EPA Fuel Economy

Dodge Neon: 25/34 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Excellent fuel economy

You Won't Like

  • Car rattles at high speeds
  • Requires above-average amount of maintenance

Sum Up

Barely keeps up with its Japanese rivals.

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