Basically a rebadged Fiat Tipo sold in Latin America and Middle East.
Dodge Middle East had showcased their entry-level sedan - the 2017 Dodge Neon - at the Oman International Motor Show earlier this December. It's priced from OMR 5,700 to OMR 6,900, and sold in three grades: SE, SXT and SXT Plus.
Eagle-eyed Fiat enthusiasts will be eager to blurt that the 2017 Dodge Neon is basically a rebadged Fiat Tipo sedan, which is sold in limited markets like the Middle East and Mexico. The only difference with its Italian cousin is the signature cross-haired grille with the Dodge badge on the mesh, and Dodge branding on the tailgate.
Some of the highlights of the Neon's (SXT Plus) feature list include rear parking sensors, front seat lumbar adjustment, electrochromic rearview mirror, rain sensing wipers, 17-inch alloy wheels, 7-inch touchscreen system with Bluetooth and navigation, 6 speakers and automatic climate control.
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Under the hood of the 2017 Dodge Neon is a 1.6L SOHC 16V 4-cyl petrol engine paired with a 6-speed Aisin automatic, which produces 110 hp and 152 Nm of torque.