Hatchbacks and Wagons are classic vehicles which have developed over time, and yet they have never managed to fail to impress the targeted audience. Hatchbacks and Wagons have little difference in between them, and the only major feature setting them apart is the particular shape of trunk that can be found in some wagons. Others argue that it’s the length of the vehicle, and the number of doors that dictate which of one these two categories the vehicle falls into. They are considered as an extended version of a sedan, as perceived by many people.  But even today, this group of vehicles has managed to lose no value, as it’s still at the top of its game.

Mercedes-Benz B-class Electric Drive

Mercedes-Benz B-class Electric Drive

The Mercedes Benz-B class, which is one of the most expensive cars of 2014, fitting in the Hatchback and Wagon criteria. It is an electric car, and it boasts of its alternative fuel technology engineering. The vehicle is extremely streamlined for the best driving experience and has a bubbly appearance, which lays emphasis on its function. The Benz-B represents a lot of features of a typical car, a gas-powered design, the overall flat shape, and sloping roof, however, the electric roof sits a little above the ground as a result of larger sidewall on the tires and longer springs.

2014 Nissan 370Z

2014 Nissan 370Z

The 2014 Nissan 370Z is not to be underestimated, whether it’s competing against hatchbacks or wagons. It can easily be termed as a “sporty vehicle”. Its design has been changed to make it lighter, wider and much faster. This is a serious car, for the ultimate drivers only, and those looking for the best driving experience. It has illuminated kick plates that light up the entrance, and protect your front sills. It also has a rear decklid spoiler, with an aerodynamic spoiler, which has been custom structured to improve the aerodynamic pressure. Finally, a car-back exhausts system, to increase power and make driving convenient and eco-friendly.

2014 BMW i3

2014 BMW i3

The 2014 BMW i3 is a car that deserves a place in the list of the most expensive hatchbacks and wagons of 2014. This car’s technology takes the standards of automated driving to an entirely different level. It has a carbon fiber structure, and amazing exterior and interior looks that speak for themselves. Driving dynamics have been greatly improved and instant electric power has been renewed. It has a range of 70 – 110 miles per charge, and has an optional range-extending gas engine as well making it one of the most expensive hatchbacks of 2014.

2014 Audi TT

2014 Audi TT

The 2014 Audi TT is yet another car which has made it to the most expensive cars of 2014. This car’s mechanics focus heavily on lightweight engineering. It is a fast and economical car, that won’t be crashing down the market anytime soon. The latest model consists of all the range engines from the Audi and VW range. This car’s release date hasn’t been announced yet, but it is expected sometime around later this year.

2015 Chevrolet Corvette

2015 Chevrolet Corvette

And finally, the last car making into the list of the most expensive hatchbacks and wagons of 2014, is none other than the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette. This car offers an extremely sophisticated exterior coupled with a driver-oriented cockpit. It’s design is very well thought and carbon-nano structures reduce the weight of the car even more to achieve phenomenal handling and stability. The car’s engine mechanisms boost acceleration to an even greater extent. The smooth wheels are prepared for all sorts of roads, with 5 different driver modes. With a 460 horsepower added to all the previous features, this car is fastest and the most stable Corvette made.