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Products that Protect Your Vehicle’s Exterior

Tips for Protecting Your Vehicle’s Exterior

The weather, sun, and temperatures can be hard on your model, harming its exterior in many ways. However, there are ways that you can prevent this, however, including several amazing products. You need to make sure that you have the right products however, or at least follow a few guidelines when selecting products. Continue reading below in order to learn more!

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An image of a gray 2020 Mazda3 Sedan and a red 2020 Mazda3 Hatchback.

What’s the Difference Between a Hatchback and Sedan?

An Overview of the Difference Between a Hatchback and Sedan

When looking for your next vehicle, you may be torn between the hatchback and the sedan model of a vehicle. But what exactly is the difference between the two? The difference between hatchback models and sedans lies in four key areas: overall size, fuel economy and price, vision, and storage privacy. Check out the differences in each model below, courtesy of Matador Motors.

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What’s the Difference Between a Sunroof and Moonroof?

Sunroof vs Moonroof: Word Origins, Meaning, and Comparison

If you’re like the vast majority of us, you’ve been using the words sunroof and moonroof interchangeably since the day you first discovered the curious upwards window. The mere fact that you’re here means something. It says that today was the day that you finally thought “OK, I’ll bite,” and whipped out your internet-capable device in search of the answer to the age-old question: “What is the difference between a sunroof and a moonroof?” (No, the answer isn’t what time of day you’re using it. Nice try though.) To unwrap the answer, we’ll have to look into the origins of each word. So, hop in the DeLorean Marty because we’re starting back in a time when Franklin D. Roosevelt was president, the Hindenburg was making headlines, and a gallon of gas rung up for 10 cents.

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