The 2004 Toyota Matrix Wagon is a perfect blend of style, function, and dependability. Designed with convenience and versatility in mind, the Matrix is an ideal choice for drivers who want a car with more space and a sporty, modern look. The exterior features bold lines, hallmark Toyota styling, and aggressive lines, as well as a rear spoiler and chrome accents. The interior is spacious and versatile, easily accommodating passengers and cargo alike. Seats are comfortable and supportive, and feature a variety of adjustments for a customizable experience. The cargo area is expansive, making loading and unloading easier. Essential features such as power windows, locks, sunroof, air conditioning, and an audio system are included in the standard package, with optional upgrades available. The Matrix' power comes from a standard 1.8 liter, four-cylinder engine that produces an impressive 125 horsepower, pushed to the front wheels by a choice of manual or automatic transmission. The four-wheel independent suspension and front struts help to deliver a smooth and comfortable ride. A four-wheel anti-lock braking system provides reliable stopping power. The 2004 Matrix is an attractive, dependable wagon that is sure to meet the needs of drivers for years to come. With a long list of standard features, a reliable engine and transmission, and a sporty yet sophisticated look, the Matrix is ideal for anyone seeking a reliable, attractive, and feature-packed vehicle.
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