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With a covered cargo or minivan (as opposed to an open truck bed) you can concisely and easily move all of your belongings right in the back. This prevents the need for asking to borrow or rent a vehicle with space when regularly needed for business and recreation. If you are moving office equipment or supplies, a cargo van can also make this process easier and more convenient.


Hatchbacks allow you to seamlessly transition from commuting to accommodating passenger and cargo needs with many models offering flat-folding rear seats. Many people don't realize that you can load cargo that is larger in every dimension than what sedan cargo spaces can provide. Hatchbacks are easier to park as well. Then there is the ever-present need for Better Fuel Efficiency: Compared to Sedans, hatchbacks offer better fuel efficiency as they are lighter in weight.


A sedan is equipped with a traditional trunk and four doors. Like most vehicles on the market, sedans range in size. Drivers and buyers can choose one that’s either: subcompact, compact, mid-size, or full-size.


A truck not only has passenger space, but an open cargo bed in the rear as well! As of now, trucks mainly come in two sizes: full-size and mid-size. And many trims offer all-wheel drive or part-time four-wheel-drive.


You guessed it, wagons feature even more storage space than hatchbacks, and their cargo areas can rival that of some crossover SUVs. Wagons actually offer the largest amount of space you can get while still enjoying a car-like driving experience, so they're for every practical reason the perfect blend of sedan and SUV. Off and soft roaders have stolen so much of the wagon's market, however, that they're now almost a niche product.