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liftback

(ˈlɪftˌbæk)
n
a car having a sloping rear end with a single door that is lifted to open
British term: hatchback
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LADA Vesta SW and LADA Vesta SW Cross complemented the lineup of LADA Izhevsk plant, where the liftback LADA Granta and the sedan LADA Vesta.
The new A3 range will include a regular five-door hatch, four-door sedan, cabriolet and the new coupe-styled liftback model that retains five-door functionality with a sportier profile.
The liftback boot can absorb 480 litres of luggage, and 1,300 litres when the rear seats are folded.
On the subject of the rear end, one of the coolest features of the 2017 Panamera is the new two-stage spoiler that first lifts up out of the liftback and then folds out to provide a larger, wider surface area that increases much needed downforce during performance driving.
It featured an unusual fourseat, three-door body, somewhere between a liftback and an estate, echoing the old P1800.
Longer than the X3 by only 14mm but lower by 36mm, it copies the silhouette with the same liftback rear door which means there's less luggage room than in an X3 - only 500 litres with the seats up but 1,400 litres with them folded.
They are all very different trips: the long pilgrimages to Weston-Super-Mare to see his grandparents as a child, arguing in the back seat with his brothers; the crushing disappointment wheeling out the gift of a bike he didn't want and taking it to school; his first car, a 1976 Toyota Corolla Liftback 1600, which he managed to write off before he was 18.
Buechler revealed that certain massage tables, including the Eco-Plus BodyChoice, the Eco Liftback PowerLift and the Chiro Versatile Powerlift will be reduced by 50 to more than 75 percent off.
Its volume is 560 litres in the liftback version and 580 litres in the combi version, for cargo and luggage.