Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Breeze This car has been a nightmare for us. It's my first car. I bought it used at 74k miles. Now it has 86k miles. I only drive roads (no highways) mainly because I'm afraid. The car broke many times. Had to replace radiator, starter, brakes, tires, spark plugs, oil gasket and many many other things which cost me a lot of money. Today it broke again! It's a junk and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I have to admit though, the stereo system is much better than many other new prestigious cars (has very good bass). The drive is comfortable... no sudden shocks when gears change. Besides the fluids leaking, excessive rust and paint peeling, the car looked and still looks OK. Good design for a '99.
Vehicle: 1999 Plymouth Breeze well my mom gave her car to me and yea i have noticed she put more money into fixing it than its actually worth (not including rims, tinted windows, and 6- disk cd changer and paint job)but it has a great system for an older car and its nice cushed seats as well as leaking fluids ALL THE TIME other than that im greatfull i just have a car that will get me where i want to go ( but hard to go up hills) it still looks ok for a 10 year old car
The Breeze originally sold with only one trim and ranked on the “Ten Best List? by Car and Driver magazine for the following year. The 1999 Plymouth Breeze has failed to match the sales of its predecessor, the Acclaim, but it does have better sales figures than the Chrysler Cirrus.