2000 Toyota ECHO SD from North America
Get rid of the quirks and I would most likely buy it again
With the windows rolled down about 3 inches you can hear noise from the hubcaps. It is very noisy. I have been told by the dealer it is because of how the hubcaps were manufactured.
The front passenger side window rattles when going over a bump or closing the door.
Driver and front passenger side seat belts are very uncomfortable to wear.
The front seats have started to wear badly.
The driver's side carpet is worn badly on the left side. Have floor mats.
Radio has been replaced because the radio could not stay on.
Directional signal causes intermittent interference with the Toyota radio which started with a Toyota replacement radio.
Speakers have poor sound quality.
Very hard to seat 5 people comfortably due to the hump on the rear floor.
Very good on gas.
The instrument panel is nicely displayed.
The car's visual appeal is great!
Easy to park.
Great commuter car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th November, 2001
For the noise from the hub caps, I have a solution since I also have the same type of car, and dealt with the same problem. take the hub cap off that makes the noise, and put it back on, but when you do, make sure the area on the hub cap that goes for the valve stem is exactly in the middle of the hubs place for it. It will stop the noise. I honestly don't know why it makes that noise, but when I did this, the noise was gone. Hope this helps.