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2010 Toyota Matrix S
107,019 Miles | Mesa, AZ
$10,900
est. $196/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
131,584 Miles | Houston, TX
$6,995
est. $126/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix XRS
175,933 Miles | Bristol, TN
$7,323
est. $132/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix XRS
103,375 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$10,495
est. $189/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
117,927 Miles | Waynesboro, VA
$7,995
est. $144/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
103,800 Miles | Denver, CO
$8,999
est. $162/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix S
77,048 Miles | Smithfield, RI
$10,145
est. $182/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
42,802 Miles | Bedford, VA
$3,995
est. $72/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix S
116,638 Miles | Marlborough, MA
$8,900
est. $160/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix XRS
169,634 Miles | Milwaukie, OR
$7,988
est. $144/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
116,379 Miles | Bellevue, NE
$8,630
est. $155/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
147,923 Miles | Spokane, WA
$8,980
est. $161/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
114,412 Miles | Bluffton, IN
$8,463
est. $152/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
132,690 Miles | San Diego, CA
$7,991
est. $144/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
110,513 Miles | Fort Pierce, FL
$7,595
est. $137/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
102,000 Miles | Houston, TX
$7,975
est. $143/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
184,000 Miles | Saugus, MA
$5,495
est. $99/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
140,000 Miles | Orlando, FL
$7,988
est. $144/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Base
94,881 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$9,750
est. $175/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix S
145,212 Miles | Bellflower, CA
$5,995
est. $108/mo

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2010 Toyota Matrix Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Toyota Matrix - Reliable, good car for variety of uses

Dan
Elk Grove, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My vehicle is a bright orange, and I love it because it is so easy to find in parking lots. If I get lost, I can press a button on my key and my car will beep. The car has an automated locking and unlocking feature, which is more convenient then you would think. It also makes beeping noises if you forget to turn off your headlights or try to drive with the parking break on. I have driven this car on all kinds of roads, and it has been very reliable the entire time I've owned it. I have no intention of getting a new car anytime soon, even though it's been seven years. My favorite thing about this car is the large trunk space when you fold down the back seats. I have fit desks, giant canvas, and even a six-foot Christmas tree without any issue.
Story
My car is bright orange and very unique looking. I have people texting me all the time telling me where they saw me.
Pros
The gas mileage on this car is pretty great. I can drive for two hours on $10. The car has automated headlights that turn on in the dark and turn off when you turn off the car. The storage space is huge, and I've had no problem even when moving some bigger pieces of furniture. The car runs well for hours on end in a variety of climates and conditions. It does well up hills, even after seven hours of driving. All the original accessories still work. This car is ridiculously compact. You can fit anywhere and the turning/navigation is easy and beautiful.
Cons
The visibility over my shoulder is pretty bad, because the seat belt is blocking my view. The car sometimes smells funny if you don't have the air conditioner or heater on. The tank is tiny. It's great if you live in the city, but if you're going on a road trip, prepare to stop at least twice in an eight-hour period. The acceleration takes some getting used to. A lot of my friends have called this a sports car, and that is very accurate. Heavy winds will effect your driving. This is a tiny lightweight car; you will feel every bump and breeze. The windshield wipers have a level one setting ... (more)

2010 Toyota Matrix - Solid car, nothing fancy

Priscilla
Orlando, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
1.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
1.0
Overall, this car is a typically cheaper-end Toyota. The fuel economy was good at first but quickly became mediocre. The seats are comfy, the A/C is holding up in the hot Florida summers, and, so far, no major issues. My biggest problem with this car is it has a lot of cosmetic problems when little things start to break, that all together form to become a big annoyance over time.
Story
I had taken this car to a sports event and had to park in a dirt and rock covered area. It drove fine on it. When I left the event, however, I noticed that a rim had fallen off--I am assuming by driving on the ruff terrain. It was upsetting, but overall a pretty good characterization of the car.
Pros
This car has a lot of space. I like the way that the seats fold down and create a very flat and level surface. I had to move in college a few times, and I could fit almost my whole room into this car. The seats are fairly comfortable for the price. I like the cup holders in the door. The stick shift in the center of the dash was odd at first, but I grew to love how much space it left in other areas of the car. I like the sporty look of the car on the outside. Some may find it boxy, but I like it.
Cons
This vehicle was bought certified, pre-owned, and it was great...for a while. It quickly started to show that this not-so-super-cheap car was—in fact—super cheap. The hubcaps keep falling off. The radio buttons stick or won't work randomly at all. The paint is fading, but the bumper paint is fading faster than the rest. The material that they used on the dashboard is textured, so the dust will never come off. The car is a hatchback, so it is very roomy. The only the vents are in the front for the car, which can make it very hot. The fuel economy also got to be much lower than advertised on... (more)