A Dodge Neon achieves between 19 and 25 miles per gallon in the city and between 28 and 37 miles per gallon on the highway depending on the type of transmission and year of the vehicle. The Dodge Neon was produced from 1995 to 2005.
The Dodge Neon is a compact front-wheel drive car that comes with a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter engine fueled by regular gasoline, with the addition of a 2.4-liter engine fueled by premium gasoline for manual models from 2003 through 2005. The Dodge Neon is available with a three- or four-speed automatic transmission as well as a five-speed manual transmission.
The 1995 Dodge Neon peaks in terms of the automatic model's efficiency in the city with 23 miles per gallon, according to the official U.S. government source for fuel economy information. The 1997 vehicle offers the highest performance for an automatic model on the highway with 31 miles per gallon.
For the manual version of the car, there are several years that offer good fuel economy in the city, including the original 1995 vehicle with 25 miles per gallon. The 1998 manual model is the most economical on the highway with 37 miles per gallon. Due to their larger engines, 2003 to 2005 Dodge Neons only achieve 19 miles per gallon in the city and 27 miles per gallon on the highway.