Used Toyota Echo For Sale in Namibia

Used Toyota Echo For Sale in Namibia

What is Used Toyota Echo?

The Toyota Echo is a vehicle that delivers mild performance, which is pretty typical for cars of its category. The first model of the vehicle has a 1.5-liter inline-four engine under its hood. The 2000 Toyota Echo is a front-wheel drive vehicle with a five-speed transmission, with both manual and automatic options.

Used Toyota Echo For Sale in Namibia

A wide range of used Toyota vehicles currently available from NamAuto in Namibia. Explore the vehicles here and enquire online for any help or information.

Frequently Asked Question

Why did Toyota stop making Echo?

The Toyota Echo was a failure

For a brand with such a reputation for dependability and great all-around vehicles, that’s a rare misstep. It wasn’t that Toyota couldn’t make a great small car. The Tercel was a good seller, and so was the Celica. The Echo, though, just didn’t live up to Toyota’s usual exacting standards.

What car replaced the Toyota Echo?

the Yaris

The Echo was Toyota’s entry in subcompact cars in the U.S. from model years 2000-2005 before it was replaced by the Yaris. In fact, the Echo was called the Yaris in some parts of the world, and in Japan it was the Toyota Platz.

What is the price of a Toyota Echo?

Depending upon the year and condition, TrueCar’s used Toyota Echo inventory can range from $3,495 to $6,429.

How reliable is Toyota Echo?

No doubt the Echo, being a Toyota, enjoys a reputation for higher than average reliability. And though we complained of poor value for the dollar — mostly due to the Echo’s low price resulting from Toyota charging extra for common conveniences — the Echo’s slow depreciation has offset that somewhat.

How long should a Toyota Echo last?

You want your Toyota Echo to last as long as possible. With the right maintenance at the right time, your Echo could be on the road well past the 200,000 mile mark.

What is the meaning of Eco in Toyota?

Switch to ECO mode: this adjusts the throttle pedal for a smooth response, even if you press on it sharply, and runs the air conditioning with reduced power. Braking early and gently lets the car capture more energy through regenerative braking. Extra power in the battery means the car can run in EV mode for longer.

Is Echo and Yaris the same?

The first-generation models were marketed between 1999 and 2005 under the “Yaris” and “Echo” names depending on the market. Hatchback, sedan and coupe body variants were offered.

What is the difference between Echo and Yaris?

The ECHO is rated to deliver an average of 33 miles per gallon, with a highway range of 418 miles. The Yaris is rated to deliver an average of 34 miles per gallon, with a highway range of 452 miles. This gives the Toyota Yaris the fuel efficiency and maximum range advantage over the Toyota ECHO.

Is Toyota Echo fuel efficient?

The Toyota Echo currently offers fuel consumption from 5.4 to 5.8L/100km. The Toyota Echo is available with the following fuel type: ULP.

What is the oldest Toyota Echo?

2000 – 2002 Toyota Echo [First (1st) Generation]