I dont get the car companies. From what I see 2/3s of Focus sales must be hatches and I like the Dart more than the Focus and would LOVE ad Dart hatch, but since they dont offer one I am looking at the Focus ST. If Dadge had this hatch here with the Rallye and the upcoming 2.4 with a stick, I wouldn't even look at the Focus.All those Focus hatches moving off the lots and they say we dont want them. It's stupid.
I thought I´d never say that... but it is a little boring as a hatchback. The Viaggio is a nice car as sedan, but not as a hatch. This Will replace the Stilo/Bravo in Europe, which both were much more pretty and original compared to this.
They would be fools not to try this handsome hatch here. Their CEO is pretty bold so I expect to see it here.
Crazy Good-Looking!Bring to the US and It Will Sell.
Looks better than our Dart sedan.Dodge can ruin almost any design.
I think it looks classy and sporty enough to appeal to US buyers. Hell, SOMEONE was buying the Calibers, and this looks a TON better.. so why not?
I'm very 'pro' hatchback and wagon. But they might want to rethink this one... it looks a little stunted in the rear, like the hatch was an afterthought. Perhaps a notchback/fastback style might work better for this car.
they had a "near hatch" ABOUT 40 years ago: the "Dodge Dart Demon" was a 2-door fastback with fold-down rear seat that opened into the trunk (had a large trunk lid).
How about bringing this hatch over give it to the SRT group and go after that focus ST!!
This looks great and would add to the Mazda 3/Ford Focus popular C-segment hatch competition. I like the Forte 5 as well but have seen one for every 75 Elantra Tourings.
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