three-door

three-door

n
a car with three doors: one to the driver's seat, one to the passenger's seat, and one to the boot or trunk; hatchback
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Auto Business News-July 26, 2017--BMW to launch three-door electric MINI
three-door - cost new 11,385, Arnold Clark price from PS10,795.
THE Hyundai i20 Coupe lands H squarely into a spot in the market for three-door superminis recently vacated by Renault's Clio.
Many of these people have owned three-door models but grown out of them after starting families.
Rivals such as Ford and Volkswagen all have five-door versions of their little hatchbacks and they outsell three-door models by a considerable margin.
The new five-door has a wheelbase that's 72mm longer than the three-door hatch and that length is put to use in the cabin.
But only with the creation of the larger, third generation three-door back in March did the company believe they finally had a car with the dimensions that could be expanded further to cope with the extra doors and five passengers.
But only with the creation of the larger, third generation of the three-door back in March did the company believe they finally had a car with the dimensions that could be expanded further to cope with the extra doors and five passengers.
The new, larger car is 161 millimetres longer than the three-door and goes on sale on October 25 with Mini One, Mini One D, Mini Cooper, Mini Cooper D, Mini Cooper S and Mini Cooper SD variants all available.
The three-door version of this stylish car comes with a wide variety of engine choices.
Launched in 1974 as a three-door, the Golf developed with five doors and is now in its seventh embodiment which has seen convertibles, estates and saloons with the Jetta badge.
6-litre three-door version when it hits the streets later this month.