Some cars whose names start with the letter "N" include the Neon manufactured by Dodge, the Chevrolet Nova, the Lincoln Navigator and the Chrysler New Yorker. A popular automobile manufacturer beginning with the letter "N" is Nissan.
The Dodge Neon was in production from 1994 to 2005. It was a compact car that was affordable for most drivers and surprisingly spacious for being compact, had adequate headroom and was enjoyable to drive. The Lincoln Navigator is a large, luxury SUV that test drivers claim is roomy and comfortable, but difficult to maneuver in tight spots. It also reportedly has a navigation system that can be hard to see.
The Chevrolet Nova was a classic "muscle" car that was produced from 1962 to 1988. While it was first called the Chevy II Nova, the Chevy II part of the name was dropped in 1969. As it became more and more streamlined and aesthetically pleasing through its generations, the Nova lost much of its muscle car glamour.
The luxurious Chrysler New Yorker had an exceptionally long run from 1940 to 1996. Indeed, it had the longest run of any American car. It actually had its premiere in 1938 as a subspecies of the Chrysler Imperial. Because of World War II, the cars that were built after Pearl Harbor had black-out trim.