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The Japanese auto giant, which makes Auris hatchbacks in Burnaston, England, has raised concerns about risks to the plant’s competitiveness if new duties were levied as part of a Brexit divorce settlement.
The two Collier deputies heard on their radio that the possible getaway car in the Wells Fargo robbery was that same gray hatchback.
The fact that a hatchback was added to the Cruze stable for 2017 and a 52-mpg diesel model followed earlier this year should also help sales.
Mileage and performance are tied to curb weight and at 3,300 pounds the C-HR is heavier than a hatchback.
The miniature hatchback at 3rd and Eagle still has the driver's front tire on a block with the driver's side window smashed in, the door is unlocked and people go through it.
The namesake brand is presenting the latest design iteration of the fully electric I.D. Crozz compact crossover and the I.D. Neo hatchback — both come to market in 2020.
In fact, Elantra GT has more cargo volume than other hatchbacks on the market.
Police said the compact four-door hatchback — as much a feature of its time as flared trousers and disco — was four years old and on its third owner when it was declared stolen in the Champagne town of Reims in 1979.
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