|MPG||City 30 / Hwy 33|
|Engine||4 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Front wheel drive|
Toyota introduced its youth-focused Matrix as an early 2003 model. Described as a crossover utility vehicle, the Matrix was said to combine the functionality of a sport utility vehicle with the image and performance of a sports car. That's no longer the case, as the 2007 model year sees the end of its high-performance XRS variant and optional all-wheel-drive system. Pontiac markets a related Vibe model. High headroom and flexible seating positions are among the Matrix's remaining notable attributes. Two trim levels are available: base and step-up XR. A special-edition M-Theory package attempts to restore some of the XRS' luster with upgraded wheels, paint and brakes ? though it's more show than go, as Toyota's high-performance 1.8-liter inline-four is gone from the picture. Toyota will limit M-Theory production to 2,500 units. An electronic stability system and six-CD stereo are among the notable options.
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