Hatchbacks are compact, fun, and practical cars. They’re excellent for beginners and for people that mostly drive in cities. They’re easy to drive, easy to park, and easy to maintain as well. Here’s a list of the best hatchbacks expected in 2021.

Honda Fit

The 2021 Honda Fit has a fresh design and an overhauled interior. The center console has a large display, and it’s loaded with a lot of standard safety tech. You can have one with a manual transmission or if you prefer comfort and smooth drives, go in for the automatic option that has a CVT gearbox.

Mazda 3

The Mazda 3 is a beautiful hatchback. The interior is stunning, and the quality of materials used is superb. Sound insulation has also been improved over the previous generation model. Two-wheel drive is standard, but there is an optional all-wheel drive setup available. The Mazda 3 is also very engaging to drive, and enthusiasts will love driving it.

Hyundai Veloster

The new-gen Veloster gets a significant upgrade as compared to its previous-gen model. Its design is more stylish, the ride is more comfortable, and the cabin is better equipped. A multi-link suspension has also replaced the aging torsion beam. There are plenty of trim, engines, and transmission choices available too.

Honda Civic

Honda is introducing its all-new eleventh-gen Civic in 2021. The Civic isn’t just a bestseller here; it’s also the third-bestselling vehicle worldwide. Expect the new version to be more comfortable, more tech-savvy, and more fun to drive without really getting a price hike. It’s one of the most exciting new hatchbacks you can buy.

Toyota Corolla

More Corollas have been sold worldwide than any other car ever. The new Corolla for America gets a new TNGA platform that makes it more fun to drive and more comfortable. The latest version will also be better equipped than its predecessors. Two transmission choices, a 6-speed manual, and a CVT will be available with one 2.0L 168hp engine.

Volkswagen Golf 8

The new-gen Golf gets an updated MQB platform that makes it lighter. A 48-volt mild-hybrid system will make it more responsive and efficient. New advanced driver aids, a permanent internet connection, and a digital dash will also be standard.