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The 2017 Corolla iM hatchback gets up to $2,500 cash back depending on region, or 0% financing for 60 months (not 72), also through Sept. 5.
The Agency recorded sounds from late 2016 and early 2017 of drones and ground vehicles (a hatchback, a utility van, a box truck and a step van) driving through residential neighborhoods.
The Ioniq, a compact hatchback, will ultimately come in three flavors.
The Ioniq Electric is one of three new alternate fuel Hyundais that share the same hatchback body.
These agents of acceleration can’t propel the A7 from zero to 60 mph quicker than its top rivals, but this large, refined four-door hatchback is still eye-openingly fast.
In recent weeks, Diess said, VW has signed off on the final design of the electric I.D. line-up’s first model, a hatchback similar to the marque’s bestselling Golf.
Zhang went missing on June 9 at about 2 p.m. after last being seen getting into a black Saturn Astra hatchback, which police allege belongs to Christensen.
University police said Zhang had just gotten off a public bus before the four-door hatchback approached her on the north end of the university campus.
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Definition of hatchback for English Language Learners
: a door that opens upward on the back of a car; also : a car that has such a door
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