Estate car

What is an estate car?

An estate car has an extended boot area behind the rear seats. A large boot-lid at the back of the car is usually hinged at the top and opens up in the same way as a hatchback car. Most estate cars also have rear seats that fold down, creating an even larger load area for all your gear as well as a mucky Labrador or two.

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What is a hatchback car?

A hatchback is a car with a hatch-type boot-lid hinged on the roof of the car, so it opens upwards. The space behind the rear seats is also inside the main cabin of the car.

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