by car_owner4 on Jan 21, 2013 Vehicle: 1997 Plymouth Breeze
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
by gdgf33 on Apr 30, 2012 Vehicle: 1997 Plymouth Breeze
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
by Dominic D on Jul 20, 2010 Vehicle: 1997 Plymouth Breeze
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!
Availability of a 2.4-liter engine brings150 horsepower and 167 pound-feet of torque, and that's just what the Breeze needs to live up to its name. Both engines can meet California emissions regulations, and new engine mounts help make them quieter. An Expresso package adds some aesthetic changes, a power sunroof is now optional and there are six new colors to choose from.