Toyota ECHO Experts

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Toyota ECHO Model Overview

Toyota ECHO Questions

Ragez0r
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Will My Car Run On Vodka

Own a 2001 Toyota echo, just curious wud it or any other fuel injected car run on 40% vodka ? And yes as a Canadian I realize this is a disturbing waste of good liquor

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draggindan
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2001 Totota Echo Vss Problems P0500

i allready replaced the vss and still get P0500, i put my good scanner on it while driving and noticed that if i turn my blower fan or wipers on the vss signal goes to zero but speedo stays correct. d...

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Reedellen
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Trunk Release Button On 2005 Toyota Echo Doesn't Work

When I pull the trunk release button, nothing happens

16 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
Bianca Castagnier
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My Broken Car

This afternoon i had an accident with my Toyota echo 2003-2004 and i was wondering if i have frames under my car.

8 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
ronneegirl
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My 2000 Toyota Echo Is Making A Wierd Grinding Sound

like a bearing when i start it. and the belt is squeeking. it was overheating so we changed the thermostat. could it be a pully? to the waterpump or air conditioner?

6 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)

Toyota ECHO Overview

The Toyota ECHO was introduced as a 2000 model to fill the sub-compact gap left behind by the discontinued Tercel, which was last produced as a 1998. The car was notable for its height, which was taller than most sub-compacts, allowing for more roominess inside.

The Toyota Echo was decidedly an economy car. It came with very few options, but it did get excellent gas mileage--up to 43 mpg on the highway. However, it was noisy at high speeds, and its low weight meant it got blown around.

The Echo was most noted for its unusual style, which was tall but short. It was compared to everything from a roller skate to a penalty box. Some people found it charming, but many just found it ugly.

The Echo never connected with the young market it was supposed to. It was discontinued in 2005, to make way for the arguably hipper and more timely Yaris two years later.