2009 Toyota Matrix
84,418 Miles
$10,988

Seattle, WA
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2011 Toyota Matrix
74,202 Miles
$8,475

Winter Haven, FL
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2003 Toyota Matrix
123,990 Miles
$5,500

Las Vegas, NV
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2009 Toyota Matrix
91,439 Miles
$8,009

Vancouver, WA
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2009 Toyota Matrix
114,183 Miles
$7,700

St Matthews, KY
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2009 Toyota Matrix
79,951 Miles
$8,264

Emmaus, PA
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2009 Toyota Matrix
93,931 Miles
$7,995

Long Island City, NY
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2007 Toyota Matrix
100,664 Miles
$7,995

Long Island City, NY
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2008 Toyota Matrix
82,660 Miles
$7,888

Keene, NH
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2009 Toyota Matrix
128,295 Miles
$7,498

Columbia, MO
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2009 Toyota Matrix
105,196 Miles
$10,990

Indianapolis, IN
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2010 Toyota Matrix
111,521 Miles
$10,000

Spokane Valley, WA
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2012 Toyota Matrix
54,500 Miles
$11,890

Olympia, WA
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2008 Toyota Matrix
117,828 Miles
$5,700

Kalispell, MT
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2003 Toyota Matrix
230,000 Miles
$2,299

Radcliff, KY
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2004 Toyota Matrix
144,833 Miles
$5,950

San Luis Obispo, CA
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2013 Toyota Matrix
29,386 Miles
$12,995

Ewing, NJ
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2010 Toyota Matrix
22,160 Miles
$11,997

Wallingford, CT
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2013 Toyota Matrix
34,072 Miles
$16,584

Wichita, KS
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2012 Toyota Matrix
12,676 Miles
$11,991

Del Rio, TX
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Toyota Matrix Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
48 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Performance
3.8
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
4.2
Reliability
4.1

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2006 Toyota Matrix - Toyota Matrix--Overall, a Great Car

Christopher
Seabrook, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I really like the sturdiness of my 2006 Toyota Matrix. The car is well built. When I drive it, the ride is smooth and the outside noises stay outside. All the major parts on the car seem to be in good working order. Since, buying the car, even though it has 123,000 miles, there have been few problems due to poor manufacturing. Any problems the car has had have largely been as a result of my own fault.
Story
I enjoy putting the dogs in the back and driving to the beach.
Pros
There are a lot of pros to this car. First, the car gets excellent gas mileage. My gas bill has dropped by about $20 dollars per week from my older car. Second, I also enjoy that the car has a good engine. The car has no problems picking up speed to go over hills and bridges. Third, the car is very roomy. There is plenty of leg room in all sitting positions: I have never had to ask a passenger if they have enough room--I know they do! In additional to that, the hatchback piece of the car is also very spacious. I can put a lot in the back end of the car. It can hold several bags, my work ma... (more)
Cons
There are not many down sides to this car. My biggest issue so far has been hitting my head on the hatch on the back because it does not raise very high, being that the car is fairly low to the ground. But this is an easy workaround. Oh yes, and every few gas fill ups, the gas pump handle seems to get logged into the gas tank, which requires a little muscle to pull the handle out. The hole on the tank does seem a little smaller than other cars I have had previously. Finally, the seats in this car are AMAZING. After a long day of work, I love sitting back in them.

2006 Toyota Matrix - Comfortable to drive, great storage

RW
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I love this car. I regularly transport 2-4 medium/large sized dogs in it. Even with dogs and crates, I can still pack a full set of camping gear and dog training supplies. I've never gone on a trip and not had enough room to pack everything I wanted. In a pinch I can even sleep in the back, and I'm six feet tall. Mechanically, it's a great car. It gets about 33 mi/gallon on the highway and about 27-30 city driving. I've put 40k miles on it in three years. Other than a new battery and a new set of tires, it hasn't needed anything else than routine maintenance. I'm a very tall person, and it is extremely comfortable to drive. I love where the gear shift is located.
Story
Within weeks of getting this car, a friend and I drove 500 miles to Ohio for a camping trip. We had 80 pounds of dog, 3 crates, two full sets of camping gear, food and snacks, and two human adult women riding comfortably the whole way. My friend's mom actually has the same car, so she knew my new car better than I did and pointed out many handy features.
Pros
My favorite features are storage space, driver space design, fold down backseats, and gas mileage.
Cons
Occasionally the steering wheel can lock if you turn it too much when the car is off. Some of the plastic trim on the bottom of the vehicle is not the most durable. A few pieces have become detached. It doesn't affect the drive ability of the car, it's just ugly. Don't pull too far forward over curbs, because backing up over them can rip of pieces. The Matrix does an admirable job of driving off road, but it's not really it's forte.

2003 Toyota Matrix - A reliable car that is sporty without sacrificing on things like comfort and space

Erin
Farmington, Arkansas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have had this car for nearly twelve years, and I have had no issues with its performance. Despite a couple of Toyota safety recalls -- both of which were fixed for free at my local dealership -- this car has required nothing more than the routine maintenance. I got this car when I was a senior in high school, and it was sporty enough to fit my age group, but it met my parents' requirements for safety and reliability. It is a very comfortable car, so much so that passengers in the back seat have commented on how much leg room they have. The trunk space is excellent, though I admit that I do not use as much of the vertical space as I have available; still, when I have needed that space, it has been more than sufficient. The gas mileage has been true to the dealership information; I pro... (more)
Story
This car saw me through dozens of trips between my hometown and my undergraduate school. I will always remember this car for its ability to get me home safely while still letting me have room to stretch out and listen to my music.
Pros
I love the seating position; the next time I buy a car, I will definitely want a car that has a similar feeling. This has also been an exceptionally reliable car. I have had absolutely no problems with it, aside from routine maintenance issues like replacing the tires or installing a new battery. It also has a lot of room. The trunk space is excellent, and the fact that the entire back seat and front passenger seat can be folded forward means that I can, if need be, transport large or bulky items with ease.
Cons
I know the safety recalls would put some people off, and I don't blame them; then again, recalls are not limited to any particular make/model. The four-cylinder engine is sometimes too weak for hilly or mountainous terrain. There are no "frills"; aside from a temperature gauge in the dash and a compass built into the rear-view mirror, there aren't any automatic wipers or power mirrors or the like.

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