The Dodge Neon weighed 2,567 pounds as of 2000. The Neon had a total length of approximately 175 inches and a width of 67 inches. The Neon was produced from 1993 to 2005.
The car was sold as the Dodge Neon in the United States and as the Chrysler Neon in Europe, Mexico and Canada. The Neon replaced the Dodge Shadow at the Neon's introduction. The Neon was considered a compact car and was front-wheel drive with a front-mounted engine. The car overall received poor crash test ratings for offset frontal crashes and side-impact crashes, according to tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.