The ECHO arrived last year to replace the Tercel and give Toyota a new low-priced, youth-oriented small car. The ECHO returns unchanged for its sophomore season in two- and four-door sedan body styles that slot below the Corolla in size and price.Toyota has enjoyed great success with baby boomer... Read Full Report
Toyota might have the best-selling car in the industry with its midsize Camry sedan, but you don't find too many 18- to 25-year-olds aspiring to fame, fortune and a Camry in the driveway. Kids want small and "cool," as Ford recognized when it introduced the compact Focus aimed at youths' desire for small and easy to maneuver and every few months has added special editions such as ... Read full review for the 2001 Toyota ECHO
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We bought our 2001 Echo new in Feb 2001 (4-dr, auto trans and AC but otherwise no frills -- manual everything). As of June 2010, we have 97K miles on it and have never had it in the shop except for a ... Read Full Review
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