Although this vehicle's styling may be
a little hard to get used to at first,
I personally fell in love with it. It
makes for an attractive car that
doesn't look like the average cheeply
made subcompact. In addition, it
proves to be a reliable car that has
good pick-up and is fun to drive. The
only feature I wish it had was power
locks, and perhaps power mirrors
(which, by the way, some swear that
the Echo has never come with, but were
in the one that I test-drove).
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