Used 1996 Plymouth Breeze Sedan Consumer Reviews
I love the 5 speed manual with the 4 valves per cylinder engine. I average about 35 mpg overall. The only problem I had was the head gasket. This car saved me a lot of money and is fun to drive. Too bad they don't make Plymouths any more.
i used to drive 1994 chevrolet cavalier and i loved it, but i wanted to upgrade so i thought "this car seems nice". was i ever wrong. yes its good on gas, and its not bad inside. BUT. a door handle snapped off. my trunk release doesnt open, and the lock does not work anymore. i have to get in the trunk from the back seat.the back door that doesnt have the broken handle sometimes doesnt shut, driver side handle sticks in the open position, i've had leaking power steering fluid. and i am a young driver, however i drive responsibly and do not beat on my vehicles. This car is a terrible investment and i hope you don't make the same one.
Fine car, except the model I have has ABS, which has caused the brake pedal to lock creating a brake failure and potential for a serious accident. No shop has been able to diagnose the problem, so unfortunately I must get rid of it. It was a very good car, but did have its problems as well. Can't find a more ergonomic or roomy car for the money though. Just pass on ABS and you should be fine.
My dad bought it about 10 years ago used with 10000 miles it just hit 118000 and it still runs very solid. As long as you keep up regular maitnence the car will last. Has had a few things break but that is expected with any car. It is a good looking car for being a sedan and the interiotr is excelent. I'm a tall person 6'8" and i fit fairly comfortably in it. It is excelent on gas, at 110000 i figured out the MPG of the car and it will run at about 30 MPG. Very good car for winter,rain, sleet,any weather. It is a blast to drive even though it is a striaght 4 it has a little bit of pickup and it can take a lot of abuse. If you're looking for a cheap, fun, and comfortable car, gat a Breeze.