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2003 Toyota ECHO Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 8 reviews
Though sales were less than spectacular, Toyota was not ready to give up on its subcompact car, and in 2003, the ECHO received a makeover. It received a new grille, bumpers, front and rear fascias, bumpers, trunk lid, front quarter panels, headlights and taillights. It also grew a little longer, got the option of bigger tires, and came available with new interior fabrics and option packages. With its new look, the 2003 was a little less weird-looking, but its height still made it stand apart from other sub-compacts.
The 2003 Toyota ECHO came in two body styles, a two door and a four door. Both shared a 108-horsepower 1.5-liter engine. It came standard with a five-speed manual transmission, and a four-speed automatic was an available option. Fuel economy was excellent, about 31/38 mpg.
Drivers like the 2003 Toyota ECHO despite its spartan interior and small engine due to its excellent gas mileage, reliability, and low cost. Those who do not like the 2003 ECHO complain that the car is too small, doesnâ€™t have enough power, and gets blow around in the wind at high speeds. Despite its improved styling, the 2003 ECHO is still lambasted as looking like a â€œball on wheels.â€
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Toyota ECHO Questions
Can I fit 14 inch rims on a 2003 Echo. Currently it has 15 inch rims with all seasons. I have 14 inch snows that I want to use. thanx jim
Can The Backseat Go Down Into The Trunk?
I need to put something in my trunk that is long but im wondering if my seats fold down?