wikipedia said:A liftback is a car body style in which the cargo space (trunk or boot) is accessed through a tailgate that extends up to the higher end of the C-pillar and includes the rear window. Liftbacks have either fastback-like rear ends, which are significantly sloped compared to more vertical hatchbacks, or are notchback-shaped. A good example of a "fastback-shaped" liftback is the 5-door Ford Mondeo, while the Daihatsu Applause is a prominent "notchback-shaped" liftback.
I doubt most people even think that far...Some people think along those lines. If a normal suspension is better then a sport suspension, then an offroad suspension MUST be better then a normal one, right?
At least that's the way some people are, judging by the large number of SUV lumbering around.
wikipedia said:A speed bump is a bump in a roadway with heights typically ranging between 3 to 4 inches (7 to 10 cm).
basically, it has a long ass with a huge boot and the back window opens with it.
no, a hatchback is different, it doesn't have a long arse and a big boot, it just cuts downwards.
a liftback looks like a saloon, but when you open the boot, the back window will open too. there's a huge difference between the 3 types.
Wiki states the 5 door mondeo as the quintessential liftback.