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2010 Toyota Matrix

$6,000

$5,700

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2010 Toyota Matrix 4 door for sale. It’s 1.8L, 4 cyl, timing chain driven engine with automatic transmission.

Has power windows and door locks, power mirrors, power/tilt steering, A/C and cruise control.

Comes with stock AM/FM Radio/CD Player with USB/AUX connectivity. ABS and Traction control equipped.

Alloy rims and good tires. Good brakes all around. Fresh oil change. Clean inside and out. No issues or problems.

Runs and drives excellent! Has only 107,720 original miles and WA REBUILT TITLE, VIN: 2T1KU4EE6AC292527.

Asking $5,700 firm. Please call or text whenever (253) 709-3138. Thank you.

Price of this vehicle is not negotiable, and it does not include 10.3% King County sales tax and Dept of Licensing fees.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Airbags
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm System
  • Audio Interface
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • CD/DVD Autochanger
  • CDR Audio
Body StyleHatchback
Engine2.4L 158 hp I4
Seating5
Fuel Economy

21 MPG city
28 MPG highway
DrivetrainFWD

Price

MSRP $18,610
Invoice $17,028

Transmission Options

Drivetrain FWD
5-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy
21 MPG city
28 MPG highway
4-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
20 MPG city
26 MPG highway
5-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
21 MPG city
29 MPG highway

Safety

Driver Airbag Standard
Passenger Airbag Standard
Front Side Airbags Standard
Rear Side Airbags --
Curtain Airbags Standard
ABS Brakes Standard

Amenities

Sunroof/Moonroof Optional
Air Conditioning Standard
Leather Seats --
Power Seats Passenger: Standard
Power Windows Standard
Power Door Locks Standard
Navigation System --
Stereo Radio, CD Player

Engine

2.4L 158 hp I4
Power 158 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 162 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating 5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume 13.2 gal
Front Legroom 41.6 in
Back Legroom 36.3 in
Wheelbase 102.4 in
Length 171.9 in
Width 69.5 in
Height 61.4 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume 19.8 cu ft
Standard Towing Capacity 1,500 lbs
Maximum Towing Capacity 1,500 lbs

The 2010 Toyota Matrix is a practical and stylish compact wagon that should please economical shoppers who value functionality over performance.
After a redesign last year, the 2010 Toyota Matrix is unchanged except for the notable addition of standard stability control.

Vehicle overview
The Corolla-based 2010 Toyota Matrix hatchback reminds us that the folks at Toyota can still make a darned good small car when they put their minds to it. We've been underwhelmed by the latest Corolla, to put it mildly, but its Matrix cousin is a thoroughly competent effort. It's certainly no hot rod, but we're pretty sure most compact hatchback or wagon buyers care more about practicality than performance. And for them, the 2010 Matrix is one of the most compelling choices in this segment.
In many ways, the Matrix is like Corolla version 2.0. Its sheet metal is far more stylish, its 3 extra inches of height boost passenger space, and its convenient hatchback/wagon design means you can haul a lot of stuff. This cargo-carrying capacity is one of the Matrix's biggest draws -- with 61.5 cubic feet of space, this modestly sized Toyota can haul nearly as much as some compact SUVs. Yet its fuel economy with the base 1.8-liter engine is still quite good at 28 mpg combined. The Matrix costs a grand or two more than the Corolla, but its verve and versatility make it well worth the extra coin.
Unfortunately, the economical 1.8-liter engine is only available on the base model. If you want the additional feature content of the S or XRS model, a larger 2.4-liter engine is mandatory. The 2.4 engine adds some punch, but fuel economy drops to 24 mpg combined. All-wheel drive is optional on the S model, dropping fuel economy to 22 mpg. Notably, both the S AWD and XRS models feature a more advanced independent double-wishbone rear suspension in place of the standard torsion-beam setup, moderately improving the Matrix's handling behavior.
Of course, the Matrix is no Mazda 3 when the going gets twisty. But that hasn't kept myriad Matrix owners from driving home with smiles on their faces, and we expect this trend to continue. There's a reason Europeans love hatchbacks and wagons: They drive like cars and haul like SUVs. Americans now have many such models available to them, including the aforementioned Mazda 3 (all-new this year), the all-wheel-drive Subaru Impreza, the impressive Hyundai Elantra Touring, the premium-built Volkswagen Rabbit and even Toyota's own Scion xB. Each of these cars has its own particular set of merits, but for a compact hatchback offering practicality and style in equal measures, the 2010 Toyota Matrix stands tall.

Trim levels & features
The 2010 Toyota Matrix is a compact hatchback available in three trim levels: base, S and XRS. All-wheel drive is optional on the midrange S. The base car features 16-inch steel wheels, power mirrors, air-conditioning, a CD stereo with an auxiliary audio jack, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and a fold-flat front passenger seat. Cruise control, keyless entry and power windows and locks are optional on this version of the Matrix but standard on the S, which also adds a rear window wiper, underbody spoilers, an upgraded stereo and a 115-volt utility outlet. The all-wheel-drive version of the S loses the spoilers, but it gains foglights and an independent rear suspension. The top-of-the-line Matrix XRS tacks on 18-inch alloy wheels, a rear roof spoiler, sport-tuned suspension and steering, upgraded seat fabric and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
A sunroof and an in-dash CD changer are optional across the board. Optional on the S and XRS only are a JBL sound system, satellite radio, a navigation system with real-time traffic, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

Performance & mpg
On the base front-wheel-drive Toyota Matrix, you'll find a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, and a four-speed automatic is optional. Matrix S and XRS models upgrade to a 2.4-liter engine that makes 158 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque, as well as an optional five-speed automatic alongside the standard five-speed manual. The AWD S comes only with the four-speed automatic.
Equipped with the 1.8-liter engine, the Matrix returns above-average fuel economy -- 26 mpg city/32 mpg highway and 28 mpg combined with the manual, according to the EPA, while the four-speed auto yields 25/31/28. City mileage takes a dive if you opt for the larger engine: Ratings are 21/28/24 mpg with the manual, 21/29/24 mpg with the automatic and 20/26/22 mpg with AWD.

Safety
The 2010 Toyota Matrix comes standard with stability control and antilock disc brakes, with the S and XRS boasting larger discs all around. Also standard are front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. In government crash testing, the Matrix scored a perfect five stars for frontal and front-seat side impacts, dropping to four stars for rear-seat side impacts. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded the Matrix its highest rating of "Good" in both frontal-offset and side impact crash testing.

Interior
Inside, the Matrix has a significantly edgier ambience than the Corolla. If you think this compact sedan's interior lacks flair, the Matrix is the antidote. A telescoping steering wheel and ample seat-track travel allow drivers of all sizes to get comfortable, and the controls are both intuitive and attractive. In back, the tall, deep bench is inviting for children and adults alike, and it folds completely flat in 60/40 sections. Fixed tie-down points and rubber inserts help keep cargo from sliding around. There are 19.8 cubic feet of luggage capacity behind the rear seats and an impressive 61.5 cubes with the seats folded flat (note that this figure also likely takes into account the folded front passenger seat).

Driving
The base Matrix accelerates sluggishly off the line with its 1.8-liter engine, but its admirable fuel economy will redeem it in the eyes of many shoppers. The 2.4-liter engine in the S and XRS is the opposite -- power is ample, but fuel economy is just OK. The ride is smooth and well-insulated. The 2010 Toyota Matrix may not be the sportiest economy hatchback, but its refinement is laudable.

Our review process
This review was written by a member of Edmunds' editorial team of expert car reviewers. Our team drives every car you can buy. We put the vehicles through rigorous testing, evaluating how they drive and comparing them in detail to their competitors.
We're also regular people like you, so we pay attention to all the different ways people use their cars every day. We want to know if there's enough room for our families and our weekend gear and whether or not our favorite drink fits in the cupholder. Our editors want to help you make the best decision on a car that fits your life.

Year: 2010
Make: Toyota
Model: Matrix
Body Style: Wagon
Mileage: 107720
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic
Condition: Used
Location: Federal Way
Price: $5,700
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1.8L, 4 cyl
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Agate Grey
MPG: 21 City / 29 Highway
Stock Number: 42365
VIN Number: 2T1KU4EE6AC292527

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • City: 21
  • Highway: 29

Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.


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