Definition of 'three-door'
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The new three-door hatchback has the looks to beat its rivals from just about any angle. The Sun (2013)One three-door car is not enough to sustain the brand, the factory or the dealer network. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The base price is for a three-door model with a six-speed manual gearbox. The Sun (2009)The three-door model puts the emphasis on sporty style but it's still practical with a big boot. The Sun (2013)Climbing into the back seat of a three-door car has always represented one of life's most daunting physical challenges. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It will join the three-door hatch and replacements for the rest of the current line-up over the next few years. The Sun (2014)For a three-door hatch, the space is comfortable for four adults but headroom is tight in the back seats. The Sun (2013)There is room for four, but if you carry passengers on a regular basis go for the five door instead of the three-door model. The Sun (2012)
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