1999 Plymouth Breeze 2.4 from North America
Great comfort, but at a huge cost!
In 1999, at 1,500 miles something went on it causing it to be towed to the dealer for repairs (under warranty) which took 3 days.
In 2001, at 16,404 miles the Up Stream 02 sensor went resulting in catalytic converter failure and subsequent replacement by dealer.
In September of 2002, replaced all 4 tires and brakes at 27,346 miles (after regular tire rotation).
In March 2003, replaced leaking head-gasket and cam sensor as well as plugs and wires at 30,604 miles.
I've been happy with the comfort and handling of this car, but as you can see from the numerous repairs, I'm relieved that I bought the extended warranty (which I've never done before). I'm also irritated that I should have had to.
The dealer has always been quick to respond and the service has been excellent, but this car has too many problems.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 14th March, 2003
1st Jan 2004, 19:27
I own a 1999 Breeze and I've only had two problems. I had the head gasket changed due to a leak and the transmission sensor failed and the car stalled. I don't know what size engine you had, but I had the 2.2 and it was a good car.
3rd Jan 2004, 18:24
I bought a 2000 Breeze in 2001. I have had a few problems with mine as well. I had to have the trunk release switch, as well as the right drivers side mirror adjustor fixed in 2001. I have had to replace the rear brake lights once and now have to do it again. I also have to get the turn signals fixed now they are also messed up. I'd say that there are a few electrical problems with this particular car, but it may just be mine.