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Toyota ECHO, Coupe, Sedan
#22 of 31 How much is ECHO for 2003 or 2004?
Sep 02, 2003 (4:07 pm)
I plan to buy this car in Northern Californa but I don't see the price. Anyone bought lately, pls share the info.
Also, pls tell me how much you pay out of the door. Thanks
#24 of 31 How was thi s deal?
Jul 29, 2004 (8:33 pm)
Just bought a 04 echo at Darcars Toyota in Silver Spring MD. 4dr manual ac power lock power steering CD split rear seat 15'' tire
ask for $13500 b4 tax and other fee(invoice $12811 and edmunds TMV $13145) paied $13000 including everything: tax processing fee and tag fee.
Aug 04, 2004 (7:35 pm)
I paid $13.1k bottom line for my 01 on 11/00 so I think you did very well. Its nice to hear about someone buying an 04 because there arent many ECHOs around her for sale!
#26 of 31 willing to pay for quality
Aug 07, 2004 (7:05 pm)
I paid $11,500 for new base model 2003 Echo - (about 60 miles on it) w/manual trans - that was drive away price. Tax, licensing, transfer etc - all included.
I'm really happy with the car, I have a mix of high-way & city driving for my commute but I get between 36 and 37 MPG
#27 of 31 Re: willing to pay for quality [jojomonkeyboy]
Jan 21, 2005 (9:42 am)
OK a dealer is offering me a 2000 Toyota Echo, total price is 9483, includes tax, tages and a 4 yr warranty. It's a 4 door auto, w a/c power steering, cd& tape player, 60/40 split fold rear seats, power locks. Its a good price according to edmunds, but overproced according to NADA.com
Jan 31, 2006 (7:00 am)
How many miles on it?
Aug 27, 2008 (10:31 am)
I just paid $3000 for a 2000 ECHO with air, auto, cd player and the body molding all around it. It has 117k miles on it. There were no error codes stored in the computer, and other than a brake fluid, spark plug and coolant change the car needed no work. I did find a bent rear wheel, (which appeared to be moved to the right rear) from the front. Everything works and it got 33 mpg recently in all town driving. Im seeing ECHOs with 150k miles for sale asking $4-6k.
#31 of 31 Re: 2000 ECHO [kneisl1]
Aug 27, 2008 (4:45 pm)
Yeah, the gas price crunch has had a very positive effect on resale prices for cars like the Echo!
$3000 sounds like a bargain on a 117K Echo. In my area, prices don't drop much below $3000 for used Toyotas, regardless of miles, until the car in question begins to display signs of being really worn out.