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Is it true that 2003 Toyota Matrix is the same as the Corolla for engine and transmission?

Yes, the 2003 Toyota Matrix indeed has the same engine and transmission as the Corolla. However, there are some differences between the two vehicles. The Matrix is a hatchback, while the Corolla is a sedan. The Matrix also has a slightly higher ground clearance than the Corolla. Finally, the Matrix comes standard with all-wheel drive, while the Corolla does not.

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