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2005 Toyota ECHO 4 Dr STD SedanReview
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Reliable Toyota - Perfect First Car. — Appearance: Friendly looking car. Comfort level up there, for what you would expect from this price class. Build quality: Very easy to drive with perfect visibility. Never in the shop for anything. Really good on gas and basically maintenance free. Performance: Sufficient acceleration to pass people, easy to go with the flow. Braking weak, but predictable. Handling sufficient for everyday driving. Felt safe and in control driving it. The car is fun to drive.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Spacious for a small car.

Cons: Noisy at all speeds.

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2005 Toyota ECHO 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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Amazing — its damaged from mum going in the ditch with it. great to drive proformance it good gas mileage and maintenance is rlly good apperance is good but has a bit of minor damage where the paint came off in b.c.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: it slides in snow and gets control back fast

Cons: two door

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2005 Toyota ECHO 4 Dr STD SedanReview
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:) — The mileage is good for a medium size vehicle. The acceleration is best one for an medium size car. 0-60kmph in 6 seconds. Braking is farely good. its easy to handle in heavy traffic. Parking will be very easy.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: size

Cons: engine

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2005 Toyota ECHO 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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Great Little Car And Makes The Wife Happy Happy Wife Happy Life Lol — Great commuter car for the wife cheap on gas. Looks sporty and she loves it. A little short on the leg room for me but I don't drive it much but sure great for getting a parking sport for busy events and such....

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Economical

Cons: no power

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2005 Toyota ECHO 4 Dr STD SedanReview
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Echo Hatchback Rs 2005 — 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 great in the RS, except that there are lots of vibrations from everything that is made with plastic. It's very economic when you look at gas mileage and repairs. My automatic transmission is pretty boring to drive. But I heard that the standard is fun and nervous.

Pros: Looks, interior room, gas mileage, reliability.

Cons: Vibrations, boring to drive.

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2005 Toyota ECHO 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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Small, Cute, Echo-nomic...., — 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 me on my right, including a RX-8)

Pros: Fuel economy

Cons: Im so light

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2005 Toyota ECHO 4 Dr STD SedanReview
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My Little Echo — 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

Pros: the speedo

Cons: nothing

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Reviews From Other Years

2004 Toyota ECHO Reviews

Review By Guru9TRKMF

I am very happy that i bought this car. I love Echos so I may be unique, They stopped making them in20055. Bit a low mileage one is a find. but Terry was great and the car is great, Read More

The Tough Cookie :) By Ninette

it's a very light car so you need to monitor your speed it's quite a smart car and yet no airbags!! it's a nice looking comfortable car petrol wise, it's great, very low consumption it is a fun car to... Read More

2003 Toyota ECHO Reviews

Review By Linda

Im looking for an Echo 4dr sedan in white or light blue with power windows and split rear sear. The automatic transmission was the only feature this car had for me. Thanks anyway. Ill look as long as... Read More

This Is An Epic Little Car. By ShilohMorgon

I love that it's a stick shift, it takes me everywhere I need to go. It's great for where I'm living, super reliable, fits into tight spaces. It's comfortable for fairly long drives. It does tend to g... Read More

2002 Toyota ECHO Reviews

Review By gillesmtl

manque entretien , porte cote passager avant a changer a cause de la rouille. 2 tables casser suspentions avant. deux disque avant a changer . plaquette de frein a changer. vitre pare brise casser. w... Read More

Review By Teiji

Engine run smooth, economy, small car good to my kids Read More

2001 Toyota ECHO Reviews

Review By Guru9T6V44

Always loved the Echo. Good gas mileage, simple/sporty little car that lasts forever. Read More

Love This Little Putt-putt! By drummgurl

This is a great first car or small eco friendly vehicle for those single folks or a couple! Surprisingly lots of space and the seats are very comfy for a long drive! Great gas mileage (one of my favor... Read More

2000 Toyota ECHO Reviews

Great Ecobox That Won't Die By Turbopulsar

I think the echo/yaris cars are great for what they are built for. Gas mileage and long lasting lifespan. The cabin is well designed and headroom is not a problem, even for taller folks. Car performs ... Read More

Reliable, Smart, Economical Little Tin Can By migration_cgives

It's a plasticy, cheap-feeling, underpowered little tin can. We never have to bring it in to the shop, pretty much. Once a year, perhaps, for something minor. A belt, or whatever. We replaced the orig... Read More

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