2005 Toyota ECHO Overview

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2 Dr STD Coupe
1 national listing
4 Dr STD Sedan
3 national listings

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Average User Score

3.95 stars

Based on 7 reviews

Small, Cute, Echo-nomic...., by Marco
 — Great car, amazing fuel economy, and I have enough power vs my own weight that I can surprise pretty much any car on a acceleration (like a red light I usually block all the idiots that whant to pass ... Read More
My Little Echo by Frances
 — has a space age speedo like a tunnel effect its cool and really easy to read one of its best features also sips the fuel Read More
Echo Hatchback Rs 2005 by Olivier
 — I own an Echo Hatchback RS 2005. It's got good handling, but lacks acceleration. It's an automatic transmission. The standard transmission is much better for this car's performance. The interior is gr... Read More

2005 Toyota ECHO Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 7 reviews

2005 Toyota ECHO

The 2005 Toyota ECHO saw no significant changes in its last year of production in the US. The slow-selling sub-compact was due to be replaced by the Yaris, which would be released as a 2007 model.

The 2004 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.

The 2005 ECHO was appreciated by many as a good, reliable, basic car, though it didn’t come with a lot of frills (even power windows and locks were optional.) Those who complained did so about its lack of power, cheap interior, and lack of stability in the wind.

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Toyota ECHO Questions

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I Have A Toyota Echo 2005 Automatic...i Have Squeaking Coming From Both Bac...

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Toyota Echo 2005 Automatic 118k Miles That I Recently Pruchased From A Priv...

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Toyota Echo 2005 Automatic- Just Bought It- I Backed Out Of A Parking Spot ...

The noise was fairly loud. I wonder if it has anyhting to with the timing belt? I don't have any records and the car has 118k on it...It doesn't make this noise when I'm in reversing on flat land.

133 views with 3 answers (last answer about a year ago)
toareg
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Malfunction Light On

after 65000 my malfunction light is on, car runs well. what can be a reason?

451 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
neljoel
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Does It Has The Power Steering Fuild Holder As Indicated In Manual???

326 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)