several people I know have given thumbs up to the hatchbacks.
the matrix and the vibe
the subarus (outback)
there are people out there that want them. I noticed though if you have a car that has an option of a sedan or hatchback (5 door model) the hatchback is usually more expensive. it is true for the versa and the aveo though isn't true about the yaris. there are others but I can't recall right now.
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My last real estate broker had a Fleetwood and a 240Z 2+2 which could carry more A-frame open-house signs than the Caddy and he still didn't need to drive with the hatch open.
I use and talk about, but don't sell Amsoil.
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06 4.7 Tundra replaced a 98 Dakota 3.9.
623,000 miles on original engine and transmission, using Amsoil by-pass filters and lubrication.
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I hauled a water heater home in the VX. Another time, it was 20+ bags of mulch (the stiffer springs kept me off the bump stops). My washing machine fits in the Fit. I have also hauled 16 boxes of tile, plus 2 50-lb bags of mortar, 3 35-lb bags of grout, and a wet tile saw, plus a passenger, all in the Fit.
i had a 91 chevy cavalier hatch a few years back and loved it! aside from lots of cargo space, it was very torquey...had the RS w/ the V6. it surprised other drivers who "thought" they'd just simply pass the "slow station wagon."