The Matrix carries into 2013 with few changes. The stereo has been upgraded for both the base and S versions. Both now feature hands free Bluetooth technology as well as iPod integration. The S model gets a 6.1-inch screen set in the dash, while the base model now has six speakers.
Versatile cargo-carrying ability; standard safety features; 32-plus mpg on the highway
Despite the slight price increase for the 2013 model year, the Matrix still comes down as a great value in the crossover and sport wagon segment. The base model with the manual transmission starts at $19,275. Vehicle stability control and traction control are standard even on the base model -- which achieves 26 mpg city and 32 mpg highway with the manual transmission.
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