It's entirely possible that the re-designed '00 Neon could be the first passenger car of the Millennium, at least in North America. Even though the real cash in the U.S. market is in trucks, the 11 million, global C-class small car market is too large to ignore, says Joe Caddell, general product manager for DaimlerChrysler Corp. small car operations. Even in the U.S. it's 28% of the market, he says. Besides, many Neon buyers either graduate to another DaimlerChrysler vehicle or also own ...
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