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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 In 2010, when Matrix / Lativa was removed from production, the model was rather outdated.