The changes in the 2000 DaimlerChrysler Corp. Neon are not so dramatic that a passerby immediately recognizes the differences. But even with the subtle smoothing and refining of the exterior, it's clear something has changed — mostly for the better. It's behind the wheel that one realizes there's something different about the little car that emerged on the scene in 1994 with a chirpy, yet concise exclamation of “Hi.” The new Neon repertoire is expected to be more verbose, more along ...
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