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Synonyms for hatchback

a car having a hatchback door

a sloping rear car door that is lifted to open

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The 2015 Nissan Versa Note hatchback in Dayton, Ohio, has been recommended for students and budget car shoppers since its release thanks to its low ownership costs.
Then you have one of the more important traits of hatchbacks.
General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, is reportedly planning to launch a hatchback version of its new Cruze in the United States.
If you are a city slicker who hardly travels to the bush, then a sedan or hatchback is the safest bet, as it is easy on fuel.
Currently, there are 12 models competing in the C-segment for hatchbacks.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia in Karawang, West Java will be gather hatchback.
Here are three great family estates that will take the kids, the kit that goes with them, be a pleasure to drive along a country lane and cost less than their MPV or hatchback alternatives.
The family hatchback has all sorts of constraints placed upon it by the customers it's targeting.
Since 2003, the number of hatchbacks sold in the United States has grown nearly 50 percent, according to J.
The result is two radically different cars - the sporty, three-door coupe, with prices from pounds 11,095 and the curvy five-door Hatchback, from pounds 11,495.
Instead, argues JATO, growth is likely to continue and a permanent move away from more traditional five-door hatchbacks may be seen.
The A3 range strikes a nice balance among classier hatchbacks with its excellent spread of models - 23 in total - with a three and a five-door version of every offering, and a choice of 1.
These include a new Corolla Verso in the fast growing compact MPV segment; mainstream hatchbacks in three and five-door styles and a roomy and practical estate.
The R25 has been positioned as a premium super-mini to compete with the VW Polo, Ford Fiesta and Peugeot 206 hatchbacks.
Honda sales last year, and is considered by Honda "a niche product" in a time when the market for hatchbacks "has lost momentum.