DEARBORN – Toyota Motor Corp. is looking at replacing the slow-selling Echo with a car better fit to compete in the U.S. market’s lower small-car segment against the likes of the Chevrolet Aveo, Kia Rio and Hyundai Accent, Scion Vice President Jim Farley tells Ward’s on the sidelines of an event here to introduce the Scion tC coupe. “We need a car like that, and we’re working on it,” he says. Toyota’s Echo sales are down nearly 90%. Farley makes it clear the next Echo-sized Toyota ...
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