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hatchback

1. 
a. a sloping rear end of a car having a single door that is lifted to open
b. (as modifier): a hatchback model
2. a car having such a rear end
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How cool was it, while doing the speed limit on Highway 101 south of Santa Barbara, to see some munchkin blue hatch-back roaring up on the left in the rearview and decide, just this once, to unleash the 4.
Its MCR rally-kit, combined with tinted windows, gives the Astra a more aggressive stance than you might expect from a family hatch-back.
The 308CC is also fun to hustle through the bendy stuff thanks to suspension lowered by 12mm at the front and 8mm at the rear compared to the base hatch-back model.
Police are appealing for anyone who saw a dark small hatch-back car in the area at the time - to contact them on 01785 238473.
They can insist that their "sports car", which is actually nothing more than a small hatch-back with a different body-kit, is actually a race- prepared monster.
STILO, Fiat Auto's new mid-size three and five-door hatch-back, goes on sale in mainland Europe shortly, having made its international public debut at the Geneva Motorshow earlier this year.
Toyota have managed turn their space-warping skills honed with the Yaris into a larger family hatch-back that still remains remarkably small on the outside while boasting the sort of load space you'd expect from a small van - with rear seats down there's ample room for two adult bicycles
empty road in front of them, elderly couple, little red hatch-back and a total inability to get out of third gear.
The Ambra is a micro sized four-wheeled hatch-back.
TURNED down pounds 1,000, unlimited tobacco and a hatch-back.
IF you're cruising round in your modded hatch-back with the 'phat-boy' exhaust and a shadow, roughly the size of a house, bears down on you - better move over because the new Mercedes Vito wants to come through, writes PAUL MYLES.