2003 Toyota ECHO
$4,450

Federal Way, WA
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2001 Toyota ECHO
90,055 Miles
$3,995

Tucson, AZ
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2003 Toyota ECHO
97,816 Miles
$7,637

Greeley, CO
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2004 Toyota ECHO
139,525 Miles
$5,127

Littleton, CO
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2002 Toyota ECHO
169,001 Miles
$2,999

Minneapolis, MN
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2002 Toyota ECHO
109,393 Miles
$3,500

Watertown, CT
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2001 Toyota ECHO
103,749 Miles
$5,000

Fort Myers, FL
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2002 Toyota ECHO
188,043 Miles
$3,495

Sheridan, WY
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2004 Toyota ECHO
216,757 Miles
$3,989

Plattsmouth, NE
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2002 Toyota ECHO
145,730 Miles
$4,995

Greenville, NC
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2003 Toyota ECHO
401,263 Miles
$1,472

Ontario, OR
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2000 Toyota ECHO
139,591 Miles
$4,266

Thorndale, PA
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2002 Toyota ECHO
129,166 Miles
$3,999

Palatine, IL
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2000 Toyota ECHO
53,342 Miles
$4,995

Chicago, IL
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2005 Toyota ECHO
50,713 Miles
$6,991

Schaumburg, IL
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2000 Toyota ECHO
232,265 Miles
$3,588

Richmond, VA
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2003 Toyota ECHO
160,205 Miles
$4,450

North Pekin, IL
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2001 Toyota ECHO
157,121 Miles
$3,500

St Johns, MI
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2001 Toyota ECHO
67,476 Miles
$5,991

Dudley, MA
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Toyota ECHO Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.4
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.7
Fuel Economy
4.8
Maintenance
4.8

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Toyota ECHO Owner Ratings & Reviews

2001 Toyota ECHO - 2001 Toyota Echo: Not so bad!

Prairie Grove, Arkansas
Overall
3.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I received this vehicle under circumstances that are a bit different than most people obtain a car. My little sister passed away, and this car sat in my brother's yard for several years. It only had about 20,000 miles on the odometer but had suffered from a general lack of maintenance. The tires were shot, and the fluids and brakes were in desperate need of replacing. After the brakes were replaced, the fluids drained and refilled, we replaced the tires. The interior was in a bit of disarray due to the way my sister lived her life, but this was easily remedied. It should be noted that the car was located in Virginia, and I live in Arkansas. I rented a car and drove out to Virginia to retrieve the Echo. After the maintenance was completed, it drove well - if not excellently. It is a sma... (more)
Story
Pushing the car's limits around the mountain roads of Arkansas is actually a lot of fun! Switchbacks are pretty exciting!
Pros
It is small and relatively fast. Parking is never a problem, and it handles well. It is low to the ground, and feels solid - even when barreling down a country road at 70 miles per hour. The seats are comfortable, and the air conditioning only takes a few minutes to completely fill the cockpit with ice-cold air. The radio, while not incredible, is more than adequate with a decent sound system. This is an economy vehicle, so one should not expect excellence in the sound system - but it works well. It is also very quiet when driving on the highway. This may seem like an odd "pro" but the fac... (more)
Cons
It is a sub-compact, so there isn't much storage space. Other than that, no real cons.

2001 Toyota ECHO - A simple small car that is great on gas mileage

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Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Overall this is a great little car. Even though they discontinued it (it was replaced by the Yaris) I would definitely buy another. While it is not a flashy or sporty car it has a unique look to it. It is comfortable to drive and has plenty of trunk space. This is not a good car if you are looking to have more then 2 people in the car. The back seat is a very tight squeeze. I have not had to do much work on it, but there has been one problem. The Throttle Position Sensor went bad. It took forever for a mechanic to diagnose (I ended up figuring it out myself). I could not replace this part on my own after trying - it was too tight- so I had to have a mechanic replace it at an inflated price. The gas mileage is great, although it has fallen with age. It holds its oil well as well. It doe... (more)
Story
The back seat has very limited space. I was driving with a female friend and a guy (who had a thing for her) in the back seat. He was sitting behind her (she had her seat back) and I asked him if he had enough room. He said "it's okay...I Like being squished" - Super creepy.
Pros
Pros: Gas mileage is excellent - at its peak it was around 40 mpg in its old age it has been around 34. Size. If you are looking for a little car that you can park just about everywhere this is it. Reliability. This car has been very stable - with the exception of one issue outlined in the cons it has been great! Price - I got this at a steal, and it has been discontinued so is probably even cheaper Oil - This thing just does not leak oil - I get it changed regularly, but never because it is low Trunk size - despite the cars small size it has an amazing trunk Looks - even though it is not ... (more)
Cons
Power - it is a 4 cylinder vehicle - so it does not have a whole lot of get up and go radio- as it is an older car it does not have anything more that AM/FM CD and cassette I did have an issue with the TPS that was hard to diagnose and hard to correct It is discontinued so parts are going to be harder and harder to find there is not much of a back seat to speak of

2003 Toyota ECHO - Great and fun little commuter car

98505, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I own a 2003 Toyota Echo that I bought two years ago. It is a brown, four door model. My favorite characteristics of the car are it's roominess. For a compact car, it actually has a lot of leg and head room. The seats are higher off the floor of the car, so if you're tall like I am, you can still comfortably sit in this car for long periods of time if need be. The amenities are pretty good - AM/FM/CD player with a tape deck, and the stereo sounds really good. The car has AC, and a decent amount of trunk space for a compact. Two people could stow a decent amount of luggage in the trunk if they had too. The car has pretty good acceleration too for a compact. You won't win any drag races, but you can dart through traffic when you have too. The best aspect is the handling. The car grips th... (more)
Story
I've taken three long trips in this car, and I love how I've been able to get more than 500 miles on a tank of gas. You don't know how much of a difference that makes when gasoline is so expensive.
Pros
My favorite features of the car: 1. Roominess - someone who is 6'0-6'1" can sit comfortably in this car. 2. Acceleration - like I said, you won't win any drag races, but you can get through traffic and pass when you have too. 3. Handling - You get a great feel for the road in this baby, especially on turns. 4. Fuel Economy - Simply amazing! Especially with gasoline over four dollars per gallon. 5. Stereo - My car has a factory job. It's decent enough, and it plays tapes too. Very cool when I'm rocking old school! 6. AC - The AC unit does not use take a lot of power from the car, so your ga... (more)
Cons
I can't think of anything really negative, other than the headlights and tail lights seem to burn out quickly. Others who have had this car have said it can leak oil, especially when it gets into high mileage territory, but I haven't noticed this yet.