No, though the diminutive car lives on in spirit as the Yaris. The Echo that was sold in the U.S. from 2000 through 2005 was called Yaris in other markets. Toyota adopted the Yaris name for the U.S. when this subcompact car was last redesigned and introduced as an early 2007 model. There was no 2006 version of either model in the U.S.
When the Echo was introduced, it replaced the Tercel as Toyota’s entry-level car line, so Toyota has changed names with the last three generations of small cars in the U.S.
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