A piece about the Levin ZR variant of the Toyota Corolla, which apparently will not come to the States — those crazy Americans hate hatchbacks — drew this quasi-lexicographical comment:
- Could it be that Toyota wants to sell their Matrixes before introducing a car that would halt the sale of Matrixes.
- Shouldn’t the plural of Matrix be Matrices?
- Does Toyota name cars with the sole intent of subverting the English language when they pluralize the name?
As Troilus would tell you, there is only one Cressida, faithless though she be. (This remains my favorite model name ever.)
Then again, one must deal with Prii.