Plymouth Neon Accessories & Parts

About Plymouth Neon

Introduced to the public in January 1994, Plymouth Neon became a 1995 serial model with front wheel drive. It was first offered as a 4-door sedan, but later that year a 2-door coupe appeared. The Neon sedan came in three trim levels: Base, Highline, and Sport, while the coupe came only in Highline and Sport trims (the Base model joined in 1996). The first generation Neon was equipped with 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, which produced 132 hp. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard and 3-speed automatic was optional. The base coupe carried 150-hp engine. It also featured aluminum wheels, quicker-ratio power steering, 4-wheel disc brakes, heavy-duty radiator, a tachometer, and a stiffer suspension. The standard equipment included dual airbags and antilock brakes (standard only on Sport models). Plymouth Neon was also sold in the U.S. as Dodge and Chrysler.

With new Expresso package arrival in 1997, Sport models were dropped. Special body graphics, rear spoiler, 14-inch wheels, and fog lights were standard for the Expresso. Next year the base model was discontinued. The 2.0-liter engine, which delivered 132 hp, came with second generation Plymouth Neon (a four-door sedan). It brought some changes to the exterior parts with full-framed door that replaced frameless windows. The model's weight inceased due to new interior and greater size. The model range expanded in 2001 with the R/T trim, which carried the 150-hp 2.0-liter engine. It was equipped with 16-inch wheels, flat, 'hammerhead" spoiler, stiffer springs, dual chrome exhaust tips, and quicker steering box.

The 2001 model year was notable for arriving of the Sport package, which included R/T 16-inch wheels, R/T steering box, R/T wing, R/T springs, and white instrument cluster. It was actually alike with R/T model, except for the lack of R/T exclusive front bumper, R/T lower mouldings, fog lamps, and dual exhaust. The other distinction between these models was the automatic transmission available on the Sport model, while R/T model came with manual transmission. The Sport Neon was powered by 132-hp engine. Being the last Plymouth, the Neon was discontinued in 2001 with a silver four-door sedan, which rolled off the assembly line on June 28, 2001.

The Neon has etched itself a reputable place in automotive history as being an extremely versatile model that found a home with a very wide range of drivers. Offered primarily in a coupe or sedan, the Neon still holds a huge presence on the street, and that isn't a coincidence. This model made its name as a reliably performing vehicle thanks to reliable Plymouth parts that offer smooth, comfortable handling. The thing is, when dressed up with the right accessories and parts, the Neon is a pretty hot item, regardless of year or series. Its drivers understand that, which is why the Neon has become one of the favorite rides to add those extra touches of personality and class.

Adding your own personal twist is always enjoyable and our selection of Plymouth Neon Accessories and parts is here to help make it even better! Our inventory of Plymouth Neon Accessories and Parts covers all the bases, featuring standout options such as spoilers, floor mats, spoilers, and grille guards. And since we work with the finest names in the business, all of our Plymouth Neon Accessories are guaranteed to provide unmatched durability as well as a precise OEM fit. Let your ride roll with personality. This is where the path begins!

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Whatever you expect from your Plymouth Neon, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Plymouth Neon and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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1999 Plymouth Neon | Posted by Dan | (Windsor, ON)


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