Unlike other cars based on this platform, such as the Chrysler Cirrus and Dodge Stratus, the Plymouth Breeze was never sold with a V6 engine. There were two I4 engines sold with the Breeze: a SOHC and a DOHC.
The Breeze was first sold with only the base trim level. For 1998 and 1999 it was also sold with the Expresso trim package. It was mostly an appearance package, and a trim with the same name was also offered on the Plymouth Neon and Voyager.
In 2000, the final year of the Breeze, only the base model was sold. The car would be replaced by the Chrysler Sebring, which also replaced the Chrysler Cirrus.
These Plymouth Breezes stayed pretty much the same throughout the short lifespan of the car. If you're looking to buy one, it really doesn't make much difference which year model you buy. The cheapest prices can be found on eBay, and there are also some original and aftermarket parts that are sold in abundance on the auction site.