Also calls it a MINI hatch when I thought it was a coupe.
What IS the difference between those anyway?!
That should've been brand, followed by model, followed by trim level, followed by bodystyle, as technically its MINI MINI Cooper etc...Brand, followed by model, followed by bodystyle?
The Corolla Verso is the model (now just plain Verso since the Auris replaced the Corolla) not the bodystyle, so it's Toyota Corolla Verso T-Spirit. There's no choice in bodystyle on that model, so the last bit isn't used.So it would be Mondeo GL Estate equivalent. Although usually I thought companies did it the other way around, like Corolla Verso T-Spirit, as opposed to Corolla T-Spirit Verso.
There are a few exceptions (Ford Puma, original Vauxhall Tigra and Hyundai Coupé are all classed as coupés, despite actually being hatchbacks) but generally that's how they are distinguished.I always thought the distinction between hatch and coupe had to do with the boot and rear windscreen construction...
If the boot lifts up whilst the rear windscreen remains static, then it was a coupe.
If the boot includes the rear windscreen when it opens, that makes it a hatch.[/INDENT]
I'm not completely confident on that, but at least in everyday conversation that's how I've marked the distinction.