7 Most Outstanding And Super Hot Small Hatchbacks On The Market Today

The term hatchback has been used since the 1970s to market cars that have a door across the entire rear section which allows easier loading and unloading. Many hatchback vehicles have also been used as high-performance rally and drag cars. These cars are useful for their practicality as well as versatility as most, if not all, have fold-down rear seats that allow more cargo. Having a large rear window also allows the driver better visibility, which can lead to safer driving. Numerous automobile manufacturers have begun to reduce the size in order to satisfy the demand for fuel economy as well as the demand for smaller vehicles that still allow storage space. Check out 7 of the hottest hatchbacks on the market today.

Suzuki Swift Sport

The Suzuki Swift Sport represents great value for money and a simple “back-to-basics” approach that made hatchbacks popular in the first place. Not the most powerful or trendy looking by any means, the Suzuki Swift Sport makes use of its lightweight 2,300-pound frame in order to deliver an exhilarating driving experience nonetheless. The 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated engine performs best at higher revs, encouraging the driver to test the limits of this hot hatchback and its handling capabilities. Retailing at around $18,000 USD, the Swift Sport delivers an “old-school” driving experience, reminiscent of the original hatchback vehicles of the 1970s and 1980s. This vehicle has been praised for the interior as well as fuel economy, making it an accessible daily driver for a lot of motorists in the hatchback market.

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