Displaying all 8 2000 Plymouth Neon reviews.

Displaying all 8 2000 Plymouth Neon reviews.

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  • The 2000 Plymouth Neon comes equipped with a two-liter, four-cylinder engine that produces 132 horsepower. The buyer has the choice of a three-speed automatic or a five-speed manual for greater control. It is unfortunate that the peppy DOHC engine was dropped, but the two-liter engine does very well. The suspension has new refinements that make it stiffer, which is a blessing when going around curves. The new ride is very smooth. The new suspension is aided by new premium shock absorbers and rear sway bars. The rack and pinion steering actually makes this cheap little car fun to drive through curves, something that can’t be said about an economy vehicle. The only downside of the ride is the standard front disc rear drum brake combo, but these can be swapped out for a four-wheel anti-lock disc brake system. Although Plymouth promised a quieter ride with the 2000 model, the Plymouth Neon is still loud. When the engine is at high revs, do not expect a quiet cabin. Make sure to option for the five-speed manual. The three-speed automatic transmission is terribly out of date.

    The 2000 Plymouth Neon comes equipped with driver and passenger front-side airbags as standard. Optional are four-wheel anti-lock brakes. The NHTSA gave the 2000 Plymouth Neon four out of five stars for passenger and driver safety, but only three out of five stars for side impact front and side impact rear. The IIHS gave the 2000 Plymouth Neon a score of ""marginal,"" its second worst, for frontal offset tests.

  • Official recalls have been issued for the 2000 Plymouth Neon by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.

    The interior of the 2000 Plymouth Neon is expanded a bit for more passenger room than in previous years. Passengers get 34.8 inches legroom in the rear, 52.8 rear shoulder room, and 52.9 inches rear hip room. The only thing lacking is headroom due to the low ceiling, measuring in at 36.8 inches. Storage space in the trunk measures in at 11.8 cubic feet of space. This is increased to 13.1 cubic feet when the 60/40-split rear seat is folded down.

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    2000 Plymouth Neon — The performance on this car was great, i never had to replace the little things like brakes and whatnot. The appearance was awesome, it was red with a black front bumper, i couldn't see it any other way. It got good gas mileage 30+. Mine had a problem with starting when the weather was cold, which isn't very good for living in MN. I sure miss driving it though. I loved that little car.

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My dad got my first car, 2000 Plymouth Neon, with 44k for $3500 in 2010. The only major problem I ever encountered was the radiator went out at about 60k (which is VERY typical). I also had the tie rod end snap, but that was only because when the original owner replaced it they put the wrong part on. Overall I loved this car, i never worried about it breaking down and it got great mpg. Very reliable and worth the money. Unfortunately it was wrecked in the front end when someone hit me in a truck head on and drove off, i only had state minimum so was unable to fix the car. :( was very sad to see it go. I now drive a 2000 pt cruiser (which i also enjoy driving)