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A saloon car is typically a large four-door car that is comfortable to ride in. They are often luxurious, but luxury isn't a requirement for a saloon car. Saloon cars can also be sporty or economical. Some examples of saloons are: Chrysler 300, Cadillac CTS, or a Toyota Avalon. A hatchback is simply a car with a hatch on the back instead of a trunk. They can have a short or long wheelbase and can be two or four door. They can also range from economical to sporty as well. A few examples include: VW Golf, Toyota Prius, and the BMW M-Coupe. There are also saloons like the Audi A6 that have hatchback/wagon sisters like the A6 Avant or the Allroad that are built off of the same frame and share many body panels.

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