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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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The vehicle is 4535mm long, which makes it 272mm longer than the hatchback, and has 587 litres of boot space with the rear seats up.
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The latest Clio proves that a one-box 3/5-door hatchback can have some sweeping lines while retaining strong practicality.
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There are faces, there are families behind the numbers, that's why the board has considered the hatchbacks to be allowed during transition but at lower rates, and will not be allowed to travel on far areas such as Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, Cavite.
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Arriving this fall in North America, the 2017 Civic Hatchback is the latest addition to the much-heralded 10th-generation Honda Civic lineup, joining the 2016 North American Car of the Year the Civic Sedan, and the Civic Coupe that launched earlier this year.
BEIRUT: When it comes to buying cars, convenience usually tops people's list of criteria so it's no wonder that hatchbacks have grown increasingly popular over the decades.
In order to begin competing in the compact SUV space before they can develop wholly new models, manufacturers like Volkswagen, Fiat and Toyota have launched cross versions of their popular hatchbacks.
It is only over the last three to four years that hatchbacks have come into their own in the Gulf markets.