Hatchbacks are bouncing back

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Old 25 Feb 2018, 03:51 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hatchbacks are bouncing back

They blend characteristics of the sedan, wagon and crossover SUV, and the smaller form, which the typical SUV buyer perceives as a shortcoming, can be appreciated as a positive trait by city dwellers for the relative ease of navigation and parking, along with the improved fuel economy. "It's interesting to note that the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla - Canada's two best-selling car nameplates in 2017 with hatchback offerings - both produced major year-over-year sales increases in 2017 even as the [non-SUV] market continued its steady decline," says automotive sales analyst Timothy Cain.

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