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Looking for the rear passenger window (drivers side)
DAVID VAN DER HEIM
I am looking for a Radiator for my Matrix, can you provide some prices?
I am looking Hyundai Matrix 1.6 engine cylinder head
I'm looking for engine cylinder head
I need an exhaust manifold for a hyundai matrix, 2006 model, 1.6.
and door handles, interior and exterior, all doors.
Matrix 1.8 GLS
Hi I'm looking for the rear hub and wheel bearings both sides (left and right)
MATRIX 1.6 GLS
I'm looking for a Matrix 1.6 GLS engine
The compact van or high Matrix hatchback, also known as Lavita for the Korean market and the Elantra Lavita in Australia, appeared in 2001. Twice - in 2005 and 2008 - the model was updated. Mostly on the exterior. The interior was only slightly transformed, and the equipment remained unchanged throughout life.
The car was created on the platform of a third-generation passenger model Lantra - with McPherson in front and a multi-link rear suspension.
In Europe, the Matrix was offered even with a three-cylinder 82-strong turbo diesel. In Korea, the minivan had a 1.5-liter gasoline engine. There are two engines, a volume of 1.6 and 1, 8 liters. True, in recent times only one has remained, less powerful. But the Matrix is not cheated by an automatic transmission, albeit a 4-speed.
Rear - spacious enough. In addition, separate second-row seats can move longitudinally, their backrest angle is adjustable. Inside, a lot of containers for things. Under the boot floor - organizer. The trunk itself has a volume of 350 or 1285 liters. In addition, the Matrix was well equipped with: two pillows, ABS, air conditioning, full electric equipment, alloy wheels. However, not bad - for the early 2000s. In 2010, when Matrix / Lativa was removed from production, the model was rather outdated.