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Plymouth Breeze
Plymouth
Production 1996-2000
Class Compact
Body Style 4-Door Sedan
Length 186"
Width 71.7"
Height 54.3"
Wheelbase 108"
Weight 2900 - 3100 lb
Transmissions 5-Speed Manual, FWD
4-Speed Automatic, FWD
Engines 2.0L (120 cid) I4
2.4L (148 cid) I4
Power 132-150 hp
Similar Chrysler Cirrus
Dodge Stratus
Platform JA

The Plymouth Breeze was a twin to the Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Cirrus (known as the "cloud cars") produced between 1996-2000. The Breeze replaced the Acclaim in the Plymouth lineup, and was introduced a year after the debut of the Stratus and Cirrus. There was no direct successor to the Breeze after 2000, as Plymouth itself was discontinued as a make a year later.

See the Dodge Stratus entry for more information about the Plymouth Breeze.


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