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[[Image:fit_hatchback.jpg|thumb|right|250px| The [[Honda Fit]]'s Hatchback rear]]
 
[[Image:fit_hatchback.jpg|thumb|right|250px| The [[Honda Fit]]'s Hatchback rear]]
 
[[Image:Prius_rear.jpg|thumb|right|250px| The [[Toyota Prius]]'s Hatchback Rear]]
 
[[Image:Prius_rear.jpg|thumb|right|250px| The [[Toyota Prius]]'s Hatchback Rear]]
A '''Hatchback''' car has a sloping back with a hinged rear door that opens upward. The rear deck lid and window lift open as a unit. The rear door leads into the car. This does not apply to SUVs, Truck, Crossovers, or vans.
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A '''Hatchback''' car has a sloping back with a hinged rear door that opens upward. The rear deck lid and window lift open as a unit. The rear door leads into the car. This does not apply to SUVs, trucks, crossovers, station wagons, or vans. Exclusively passenger cars.
  
  
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*[[Suzuki Forenza]]
 
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Revision as of 10:16, 7 August 2007

The Honda Fit's Hatchback rear
The Toyota Prius's Hatchback Rear

A Hatchback car has a sloping back with a hinged rear door that opens upward. The rear deck lid and window lift open as a unit. The rear door leads into the car. This does not apply to SUVs, trucks, crossovers, station wagons, or vans. Exclusively passenger cars.


Models

Here is a list of Hatchback cars: