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The standard rear seats fold down 60/40 to create a nice cargo compartment, especially when compared to its subcompact competitors.
The move mostly affects factories building Ford’s passenger cars, including the subcompact Fiesta and bread-and-butter Fusion sedan, whose sales have been hit hard by the shift in consumer demand to larger crossovers and SUVs.
Cheap labor is clearly a draw, especially for manufacturers like Nissan producing entry-level models such as its subcompact Versa, products whose profit margins are minimal.
The hatch is sort of a half step between Honda’s subcompact HR-V crossover, which has more cargo capacity (about 24 to 56 cubic feet) and can hold slightly larger, wider and taller items.
These bargain-price subcompacts arrive at dealerships next month, so start saving now—or don’t.
In addition to its larger size, the new Accent also offers available technologies that are further ahead of its subcompact competition as well.
The package: Five-door, five-passenger, front-wheel-drive, four-cylinder, subcompact crossover utility vehicle.
Either way, the angry origami styling points back to Toyota. 2018 Toyota C-HR XLE Body style: subcompact, 5-seat, 5-door front-drive small SUV Engine: 144-hp, direct-injection 2.0-liter 4-cylinder
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