Toyota Matrix Models and Matrix History

The compact Matrix was introduced in 2003 as a fuel efficient and reliable, small-sized hatchback with a signature look and appeal. Itd pass into 2004 unchanged. For the 2005 Matrix, Toyota added a new bumper, new tail lights, a new grill, and stability control. There were no major updates for model years 2006-2008.

 

The 2009 Matrix was rolled out and offered a new 2.4-liter engine with all-wheel-drive. 2010 would see no updates, with all-powered accessories, cruise control, folding mirrors and rear-seat heat ducts being added as standard features in 2011. While 2012 got no significant updates, a new audio system was added in 2013.


New and Used Matrix Prices, Toyota Matrix Model Years and History

Now equipped with hands-free phone capabilities and upgraded sound, the 2013 Toyota Matrix is a five-door hatchback capable of achieving 32 miles per gallon.
The 2012 Toyota Matrix is a five-door hatchback available with navigation, premium sound, and remote keyless entry.
A five-door hatchback that combines Toyota reliability with hatchback practicality, the 2011 Toyota Matrix is an overall great pick.
A mash-up of utility and sportiness, the 2010 Toyota Matrix is an affordable hatchback that is able to handle both cargo and curves with relative ease.
A user-friendly ergonomic design and good fuel economy make the 2009 Toyota Matrix compact hatchback/wagon a practical choice.
A sporty wagon, the 2008 Toyota Matrix is fun and safe at the same time with a zippy 1.8L engine and a five-star safety rating.
A sporty yet affordable wagon, the 2007 Toyota Matrix is now just available in the base and XR trims which are both powered by the efficient 1.8L four-cylinder engine.
The 2006 Toyota Matrix is a sporty five-passenger compact wagon that is powered by a 1.8L four-cylinder which earns over 30 mpg, making the Matrix an economical choice.
The 2005 Toyota Matrix is a five-passenger compact sports wagon that offers a fun driving experience and a surprising amount of interior space.
The 2004 Toyota Matrix is a five-passenger compact wagon with a 36 mpg highway fuel-economy rating thanks to the 1.8L four-cylinder engine.
A totally new offering, the sporty 2003 Toyota Matrix is a stylish wagon with seating for up to five passengers and the same engine options as the sporty Celica.