2010 Toyota Matrix
85,835 Miles
$11,988

Gladstone, OR
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2009 Toyota Matrix
102,773 Miles
$6,795

Washington, NJ
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2005 Toyota Matrix
91,701 Miles
$5,495

Washington, NJ
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2009 Toyota Matrix
94,162 Miles
$5,980

Bartlesville, OK
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2010 Toyota Matrix
61,540 Miles
$9,760

Naples, FL
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2009 Toyota Matrix
101,418 Miles
$8,399

Waterloo, NY
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2009 Toyota Matrix
111,143 Miles
$8,599

Colorado Springs, CO
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2009 Toyota Matrix
95,275 Miles
$9,999

Simi Valley, CA
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2007 Toyota Matrix
150,129 Miles
$8,999

Salem, OR
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2006 Toyota Matrix
48,667 Miles
$11,980

Indianapolis, IN
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2009 Toyota Matrix
79,008 Miles
$8,975

Crystal Lake, IL
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2006 Toyota Matrix
137,073 Miles
$6,995

Belleville, IL
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2003 Toyota Matrix
92,582 Miles
$6,989

Gresham, OR
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2009 Toyota Matrix
69,577 Miles
$11,998

Santa Rosa, CA
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2007 Toyota Matrix
72,603 Miles
$6,902

Avenel, NJ
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2010 Toyota Matrix
62,898 Miles
$10,900

Sault Ste. Marie, MI
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2009 Toyota Matrix
85,043 Miles
$10,599

Fort Worth, TX
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2010 Toyota Matrix
38,593 Miles
$11,998

Daytona Beach, FL
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Toyota Matrix Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Performance
3.7
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
4.2

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Toyota Matrix Owner Ratings & Reviews

2004 Toyota Matrix - I love it!

08048, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased this car several years ago, used. It had a warranty via Toyota that was just as good as one for a new car. It was grey, four door, and a hatchback. I used it to move multiple times with no problem. Providing routine maintenance made it run just fine. I always felt safe in it, no matter what the weather. It had such a great capacity for storage. I am active in animal rescue and could fit ten cat carriers in it when I volunteer for our monthly spay neuter clinic. Volunteers with bigger cars could not fit as many carriers in their over priced cars as I could. I need another car soon, but I want another Toyota Matrix. I hope that the new models are just as good as the one that I purchased. The car has driven well in all kinds of weather, and with all types of passengers. Tune-u... (more)
Story
The car has safely taken hundreds of homeless cats and kittens to spay neuter clinics and vet appointments. Thanks to the Toyota's space inside, all of those cats and kittens could look forward to a good home and better life.
Pros
Economy, good gas mileage, safety, ease of upkeep, style, and especially the amount of room inside.
Cons
For the past few years, the glue that holds the window electronics in the arm door has melted, and I have to have that fixed every year.

2005 Toyota Matrix - Reliable, roomy, solid

North Druid Hills, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I think the look and design of this car is good, not too flashy not too boring. The car is comfortable to ride in and drive in. The room in the car is great, I've been able to use it when I've moved and I can fit two bikes in the back if I need to. There are some fairly big blind spots with how the back window is designed, the frame of the car seems to be bigger than it needs to be, I think they could have easily improved that design. The mileage was as I expected, I do a combination of city and highway driving and a normal week for me gets about 28 mpg. Maintenance has been hassle free so far. The car drives well, I feel like the breaking and handling are good. The acceleration leaves something to be desired, but I've found in normal driving this isn't a problem. I really enjoy drivin... (more)
Story
It's tricky, but I have managed to fit two bikes in the back of this car. One time a couple of friends needed rescuing when their bike got a flat tire in the middle of a long ride, I was able to pick both of them and their bikes up. It was a tight squeeze and probably not legal to have two people in the front seat, but the matrix was a champ that day.
Pros
The biggest advantage of this vehicle is the storage size. I'm able to fit a lot of stuff in the back. After owning this car I don't think I'll ever buy a non-hatchback. I've also been in other maker's hatchbacks and they don't seem as roomy.
Cons
There could definitely be more visibility when backing up. And for some odd reason, hubcaps keep falling off. I had lost a couple of hubcaps and thought it was just me until another matrix driver pointed out that it's a problem with the car itself. Now I notice that almost every matrix on the road has at least one hubcap missing.

2006 Toyota Matrix - Toyota Matrix 2006

Mount Sterling, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I recently purchased a used, 2006 Toyota Matrix that's grey in color. It drives pretty well and gets decent gas mileage for the amount of highway time that I use it for and the occasional drive to pick up groceries.
Pros
It gets good gas mileage, I've found. Of course, I tend to drive the speed limit and use the cruise control a lot though. The seats are pretty comfortable as well. The moon/sun roof is nice; it opens and closes pretty smoothly and is a fun addition to my drive. Oh, and the way that the vents in the dash both work and look is pretty nice too. The outside temperature is also displayed in the driver's console, I think that's kind of cool too.
Cons
The clock doesn't always work. I looked it up and it could just be that the wires have come loose or something, but I don't think that I'll take the time to fix it. Also, the cruise control stick works the opposite way that my older car's did. On this one, the button on the end doesn't set the cruise, it turns it on and off. It's a small thing that I know that I'll get used to, but it's just kind of strange. Lastly, the driver's console is set rather deep in the dash, so only the driver can see it. Again, it's not that important that the passenger can see it too, but it was an odd design c... (more)