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A hatch or “hatchback” is the largest option before you move up to a sedan. For a car to qualify as a hatchback, its boot lid and rear windscreen must be a single unit that moves together. Hatch typically feature a four-door configuration, excluding the rear door. However, two-door hatchbacks are also available.
Generally hatch are designed for comfortable seating of 4 passengers and small boot space for putting one or two bags. Hatchbacks are highly convenient for city driving as they are perfect in heavy traffic, easy to park and give great fuel economy.
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