My wife and I had to get a rent-a-car
and decided on a Toyota Echo, not
knowing exactly what to expect. What
we found surprised us. After driving
it a while, we liked it so much we
decided to buy one later from a local
delearship- the last one on their lot.
We thought we could use some insulation
from high gas prices by buying an
economy car, and let me tell you, the
Echo delivered. Between highway and
city driving it got 35 plus miles to
the gallon. On the highway we got 42-
three more miles per gallon than
- Excellent Gas Miliage 35 city,40 hwy
- Good driving visibility
- Comfortable seats (even in the back)
- Superb engineering- nothing rattle
- The driver's seat needs a right sided
fold-down arm rest.
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