I have owned my breeze about a year and i got it with 280,000 miles on it and now it has 295,000 on it and still runs like a champ. I got another vehicle and converted this one to a fwd circle car. =D worth buying for sure
its a terrible car dont buy it unless your desperate it doesnt have near enough horse power and has 1 torque per gear based on how it doesnt accelerate the seat is very uncomfortable the ride is way to soft and its looks like a lump of car also the cup holder should be renamded to the soda bottle holder cause no cup will fit in unless the cars in gear
it ran the ac worked no more
cup holder get an engine not from a lawn mower suspension not from a boat seats that are comfortable an auto trans that doesnt take away the 6 horse power it has
more head room
Bought this car in Feb of 2008 and never looked back. I paid $1600 cash for it. That's really the only reason i bought it was because i could afford it and pay cash. I bought it with 130K and after the past 2 and a half years of owning it, it has given me nearly any problems. The original owner never replaced the timing belt and water pump, a mere $500 job. Other than that all I've done is oil changes and tires and plugs and wires, all done by me. Recently my passenger side lower ball joint went, but replaced it for only $140 for part and labor. Now i just want a new car thats faster and newer and 5 speed. I would definitely recommend this car to anyone!
a/c, gas mileage, my aftermarket sound system (ear shattering, to me)
more comfortable interior, more passing/highway power, better cup holders
Bought mine used from a now defunct dealership and over the eight years I owned it I was very pleased with its performance. It handled very well and the ride was pretty good despite the fact it wasn't one of Chrysler's top-of-the-line products. Gas mileage was good; but the 4-cylinder engine was much too underpowered for the weight of the vehicle. It never burned any oil but the brakes needed constant check ups and they tended to make a lot of noise. Mechanics's explanation: Design defect. I was lucky to purchase and own a dependable car with this one.
Really nice to drive...handling characteristics were very good. Over time the ride was not as smooth--usual wear and tear I guess. When changing light bulbs/signal bulbs, the easy to remove modular units were nice and very welcome with which to remove/reinstall.
Not applicable any more...Chrysler has ceased making this model. I still see quite a few Breeze on the road; so replacement parts must still be available.