What is the most popular hatchback car?

What is the most popular hatchback car?
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Introduction

Hatchbacks are the perfect combination of style and practicality.

Hatchbacks can be a great choice if you’re looking for a stylish family car that offers plenty of space for passengers and luggage. Here are our picks for the most popular hatchback cars in Britain today:

1. Ford Focus

You may not be surprised to learn that the Ford Focus is the best-selling hatchback in the UK. It’s also one of the most popular cars on British roads, with around 100,000 new ones sold each year.

The reason for its popularity is simple: this car offers good value for money and a lot of practicality without compromising on style or performance.

It comes in several different body styles (including saloon, estate and cabriolet) so there’s something to suit every taste. The interior space is spacious too – even in base models – so if you need lots of room for passengers or luggage then this could be right up your street!

2. Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf is a German car manufactured by Volkswagen. It is the best-selling car in Europe, with over 30 million sold since 1974. It has also been the best-selling car in the world for several years and continues to be one of the most popular hatchbacks on the market today.

In addition to its popularity, the Golf has won numerous awards including: European Car of the Year 11 times (more than any other model) and World Car of Year twice (more than any other model).

The first generation launched in 1973 as a replacement for its predecessor, which was based on Porsche’s Beetle but didn’t share any components with it except for its engine block design being similar enough that owners could swap them out if needed!

3. Vauxhall Corsa

The Vauxhall Corsa is a popular choice for drivers wanting a good blend of style and practicality. It’s available in a range of different models, including the Corsa 1.0 Turbo ecoFLEX and the sporty-looking VXR.

Vauxhall has invested heavily in developing its cars’ fuel economy, so you can expect excellent MPG from your new hatchback too! The brand also has an excellent safety rating: it scored four stars out of five during Euro NCAP tests (2018) – better than many other popular hatchbacks on sale today!

4. Peugeot 208

The Peugeot 208 is a popular hatchback car that has been around since 2011. It’s one of the best-selling cars in Europe and has won many awards for its sleek design, spacious interior and good fuel economy. The Peugeot 208 also has a large boot which makes it easy to drive around town or on long journeys.

5. Nissan Qashqai

  • Nissan Qashqai

The Nissan Qashqai is a small SUV that offers the choice of two petrol engines (1.5-litre, 2.0-litre) or two diesel engines (2.0 litre, 2.2 litre). The 1.5-litre petrol engine has 114bhp while the 2.0-litre unit delivers 136bhp and 148bhp in estate form respectively; both come with either front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive options available on lower trim levels only at present but all models should be available with all-wheel drive from early 2020 onwards as part of an update programme for this model line up which also includes improved fuel economy figures across all variants thanks to revised gear ratios on manual transmission versions – something we’ll cover later!

The interior isn’t too spacious but it’s comfortable enough for most adults over short distances although tall passengers may find themselves feeling cramped after more than an hour behind the wheel depending upon their build size/shape etcetera.. Legroom could also be better considering how long this car is overall – especially if rear passengers want legroom instead of knee room (which isn’t too hard given how narrow each row feels). With regards interior storage space then there’s plenty enough room under seats but not much else besides unless you count cup holders which aren’t exactly what we’d call useful either since they’re placed awkwardly close together making it impossible for two drinks plus snacks – let alone larger items such as bottles – without having one fall over every time you try shifting position slightly within your seat position itself…

6. Citroen C3

The Citroen C3 is a compact car that was first introduced in 2004. It has a 1.2-litre petrol engine and is available in three or five-door versions, with an automatic gearbox as an option for the latter model.

The European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) gave the Citroen C3 a five-star safety rating when it was tested in 2012, which means it performed well across all areas of crash testing and scored highly on pedestrian protection too.

7. Fiat 500X

The Fiat 500X is a smaller, more affordable SUV than the Jeep Renegade and the Nissan Juke. The Fiat 500X is great for city driving and families, but it’s also great if you want to stand out in the crowd. The fuel economy of this hatchback car makes it a good choice for those who want to save money on gas.

Hatchbacks are a popular choice for drivers wanting a good blend of style and practicality

Hatchbacks are a popular choice for drivers wanting a good blend of style and practicality. They’re great for families because they have enough space for luggage, but are also stylish enough to look good on the road. Hatchbacks are also great for drivers who love to drive, as they offer lots of fun features like sunroofs or rear seats that fold down completely flat into the floor (no more worrying about kicking your cargo around!).

The most popular hatchback cars include:

  • Ford Fiesta – This car has won many awards including ‘Best Small Family Car’ at Auto Express magazine’s annual competition
  • Vauxhall Corsa – Named one of Top 10 Family Cars Of The Year by What Car? Magazine in 2014

Conclusion

So, if you’re looking for a new car, it might be worth considering one of these hatchbacks. They are all great vehicles with plenty of style and they offer good value for money too.

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