econobox


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e·co·no·box

 (ĭ-kŏn′ō-bŏks′)
n.
A small, economical automobile with few amenities.

econobox

(ɪˈkɒnəʊˌbɒks)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a small vehicle that is basic and fuel-efficient and has no unnecessary extras
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If you prefer a city car that is anything but the anonymous econobox, it's got a strong claim for your custom.
The smart forfour makes a convincing case for itself and if you prefer a city car that is anything but the anonymous econobox, it's got a strong claim for your custom.
If you prefer a citycar that is anything but the anonymous econobox, it's got a strong claim for your custom.
As vehicle technology has taken off, and to a very large extend in recent years with new and exciting developments arising it seems all the time, what comes on a standard model, even those that fall easily into the "economy" category, would blow those Econobox drivers of yesteryear away.
Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, has revealed details of the WRC-bound variant of the Polo econobox named Polo R.
Indeed, it never ceases to amaze us here at USEDCAREXPERT that your average buyer, cowed by high taxes, expensive fuel and crowded roads are happy to drive a rattly little econobox when they could be lording it up in a big Jag or Merc.
When I pick up a car magazine, the last thing I want to see is article after article on the latest Chevy/Kia/whatever econobox.
Just like on an automobile, a floor scale's "engine" spells the difference between an econobox and a high performance machine.
We own a 10-year-old econobox and an eight- year-old truck.
The pallet friendly reusable plastic Econobox developed by Ifco and used initially for shipping root vegetables such as potatoes, onions and carrots is now being taken up by fruit importers.