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Hatchback

For the budget-conscious crowd, the hatchback market seems to be a good place to start. Not only are most of these affordable when new, they're even more within reach in the used car market. While it's easy to dismiss them because of their size, these cars still have a lot to offer. So, let's see if a hatchback is all you really need.

What are the kinds of hatchbacks?

In the Philippines, the local hatchback market isn't too diverse. That said, there is an even greater variety in Japan and in most of Europe. But before we get carried away by international markets, let's keep things local first. Most of the hatchbacks sold in the country are in the subcompact category. However, it's still split in two if you take a closer look at the market, namely the A-segment and the B-segment. The A-segment is the smallest size classification worldwide and you'll find most of the budget offerings from most manufacturers here. Meanwhile, the B-segment is a little bit more expensive, but you also get more car for the money. Even rarer are the C-segment models, also known as the compact category. You can pretty much count the local models on offer with your hands.

Should you get a hatchback?

If the exterior size a concern for you, then it's a flat out no for hatchbacks. However, you're missing out on the surprising versatility of these small vehicles. Don't let their appearances fool you. For the most part, a hatchback is all you'll really need for daily driving. Budget hatchbacks are easy on fuel and maintenance costs. So not only do you save in the purchase price, you also keep more of your earnings in the long run. If your idea of motoring is keeping expenses as low as possible, the A-segment and B-segment offerings are the cars for you. Plus, hatchbacks are great if you frequent narrow streets or park in tight spaces. That said, there is no escaping the limitations of the smaller footprint, but it's not all bad. They may not carry as much as SUVs or some sedans, but they are more flexible compared to four-door vehicles. You can flip and fold the seats for more cargo space, plus the higher roof in some models let you load in taller items. Give a hatchback a try before you look at other kinds of cars. Of course, these cars won't really help you the road gets a little rocky...or flooded.

What are the best-selling hatchbacks in the Philippines?

The undisputed best-selling hatchback in the Philippines is the Toyota Wigo. With sales at well over 10,000 units per year, it's comfortably in the lead in the sales charts. Of course, its main rivals are still pretty popular nationwide. You have models such as the Suzuki S-Presso and Suzuki Celerio that still take in the sales. Honda has also made significant inroads in the budget class with the Brio.

What are the recommended hatchbacks in the Philippines?

The class' best-seller is easy to recommend, but what if you want more out of hatchbacks? Again, there's the Honda Brio that's close to the Wigo's price tag. However, the Kia Picanto is an underrated gem of a car you must consider as well. And if you're willing to stretch your budget, the Mazda 2 and Honda Jazz are the hatchbacks to buy. The Jazz has the practicality and versatility that surpasses some bigger vehicles, while the Mazda 2 offers the most smiles per hour for a low price.

What are the recommended hatchbacks in the Philippines?

The class' best-seller is easy to recommend, but what if you want more out of hatchbacks? Again, there's the Honda Brio that's close to the Wigo's price tag. However, the Kia Picanto is an underrated gem of a car you must consider as well. And if you're willing to stretch your budget, the Mazda 2 and Honda Jazz are the hatchbacks to buy. The Jazz has the practicality and versatility that surpasses some bigger vehicles, while the Mazda 2 offers the most smiles per hour for a low price.

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