Now in its
final year - DaimlerChrysler Corporation announced plans in late 1999
to phase out the brand at the end of 2001 while significantly expanding
the Chrysler brand -. The Plymouth lineup consists of the fun-to-drive
Neon sedan as well as the Prowler, the outrageously styled roadster
that combines the passion of hot-rodding with some of the highest levels
of technological innovation in the entire industry.
Neon, completely redesigned for the 2000 model year, offers
small car buyers a high degree of refinement, value and interior
room, while providing a level of driving performance not often
seen in that segment. For 2001, enhancements to the Plymouth
Neon include a wider selection of features on both the standard
and premium LX version.
. Plymouth Prowler
The Plymouth Prowler
enters 2001 with a new selection of colors to make this retro-style
roadster stand out in any crowd. A significantly retuned suspension
for 2000 with enhanced overall ride and handling continues into
2001. Prowler was introduced in 1996 as a 1997 model, after
receiving overwhelming response from the public and automotive
press when first shown as a concept in 1993.