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Simply put, a hatchback car is a great option for almost anyone looking for a bit of extra space, thanks to the variety of designs and body styles you can choose from. It’s sporty, stylish, and always a practical option.
The first hatchback vehicle was manufactured in 1938 with a two-piece tailgate. It wasn’t until after WWII that the design changed to a one-piece tailgate with a hatchback that attached to the roof of the car, much like today’s designs.
Today, nearly every car manufacturer on the market has its own hatchback design, making it easy for you to find the right model to fit your needs.
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- Annual Mileage 8,000
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What is a Hatchback Car?
The body style of the hatchback has changed over the years and continues to evolve based on the car manufacturer. The typical style is a type of a saloon with a more squared-off roof. The shape of the roof makes it easy for a hatch to attach to the back of it that can be lifted. This takes the place of a standard boot.
Some manufacturers, such as Kia and Audi, have created hatchbacks that actually look more like elongated sedans than traditional hatchback body styles. But, they still feature the hatch at the back of the car, which gives them far more storage space than a traditional sedan with a small boot.
What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages?
Because hatchback cars come in a variety of different styles and sizes, there is likely a model that will fit just about anyone’s needs. But, before you make your decision it’s still important to weigh out the pros and cons. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at what you can expect from hatchback cars.
What are the advantages of a hatchback?:
- A taller boot
- A flexible boot for putting down seats to create more storage space
- Belongings/luggage stay cool in the boot instead of in a hot boot
- Great for people who travel frequently or for pet owners
What are the disadvantages of a hatchback?:
- Can use more energy than a standard saloon
- May be a target for thieves if they can see your belongings in the boot (but most come with parcel shelves)
Is a Hatchback Car Right for You?
If you’re not sure whether a hatchback is the right option for you,think about your needs and how this type of car could benefit you. If you tend to haul a lot of things in your car, or if you need extra space and find yourself frequently struggling with a small saloon, a hatchback could be the perfect solution while still giving you the easy driving capabilities of a smaller car.