1997 Plymouth Breeze from North America
Piece of crap money pit
I have had to replace the head gasket 4 times since owning it.
The engine blew at 95,000 miles, and I have had to replace it.
There isn't a single thing underneath the hood that doesn't make a loud scary noise.
I have to put it in the shop on a monthly basis.
I have spent more in repairs over the last couple of years than I spent buying the thing.
I hate this car, and it has been more of a money pit than my three year old daughter.
I wouldn't recommend this car to someone who just spit in my face.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 18th April, 2004
My name is Mr. Jones, I live in the Pacific Northwest. I own a 99 Breeze. I had to replace the head gasket, then drove it across country. It worked fine until it started getting warm here in Washington. Now I have had nothing, but trouble with the temperature gauge on this car. I have replaced 2 thermostats, had the system flushed, had the pressure of the system checked, and had the hoses checked. The only thing else is the sending unit. I am so frustrated with this car. I have put a lot of money into it to make it look nice and reliable. Now I am wondering if it is really worth it.
Mr. Jones mad and bewildered.
P.S. Do you have any suggestion on how to fix this temp problem. It goes to the hot then come back down to normal. It drives great until you stop.
I have owned my 97 Breeze since 1999 and it has been the worst car I have ever owned.
I replaced the head gasket and rear main seal at 75,000 mile's guess I was lucky since most don't make it that long. The ABS system went out at 40,000 miles. My wife had a bad accident when a tie rod broke at 55 miles per hour and was lucky to survive.
The thermostat has been replaced many times tach goes on and off, the AC hasn't worked for years, front of hood has rusted completely thru, and on and on. Getting new car next month and will take the breeze to junkyard where it belongs.
You guys are making this car sound so bad.. but the truth is it has really good fuel consumption. 10 dollars in gas would get you around all day in this car.
I've had mine for a long time, and all I had to replace was a timing belt alternator and a brake line, all normal things that would happen to any car at 13 years old. What do you people expect...
I loved my Breeze... sold it a month ago, still on the road and going strong. Take care of it and it will take care of you!!