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2016 Mini Clubman: This Is It In All Its Six-Door Glory

The wagon version of BMW’s Mini has finally gotten an update for 2016, and while it’s arguably less quirky than the first-gen one it replaces, it’s now a true four-door wagon (well, six doors if you count the two at the rear). I think it looks pretty good, and seems to be more usable and practical than the one it’s… » 6/24/15 9:25am 6/24/15 9:25am

This 400-hp Toyota wagon is the scariest thing I've ever driven

This is Kevin Harris' '79 Toyota Corona wagon, packing a full JZA70 swap out of a MKII Mark III Supra. The engine's cranking out around 400 horsepower, and it's wedged down into a car that weighs about as much as an ND Miata. It's fast. It wants to be sideways all the time, in every gear. It also has nothing but the… » 3/18/15 4:04pm 3/18/15 4:04pm

The Honda Crosstour Is the Best Wagon You Can Afford

We have had countless discussions regarding the lack of affordable wagons in the U.S. This is crossover country and wagons just don't sell. We get a few nice examples from the Europeans but they are hard to come by and are not exactly cheap. However, if you can overcome the ugly, Honda has a wagon you just might enjoy. » 9/29/14 12:29pm 9/29/14 12:29pm

This E34 BMW M5 Wagon Is Too Expensive And It's All Your Fault

I love wagons; you love wagons. We also love the BMW M5, and when you put the two together you get this wonderful combination of performance and utility. So wonderful in fact you might be able to live in it. Which is probably your only option because it has a Buy It Now price of $29k. » 7/22/14 4:52pm 7/22/14 4:52pm

My 1984 Mercedes Benz 300TD, reviewed

The discerning buyer who needs to fit many dogs in the back and four people up front in the lap of, mid-range, luxury. That is who buys a Mercedes 300 wagon. Fitted with a turbo and adorned with the finest vinyl to keep the backs of the occupants firmly adhered to the MB-Tex as to avoid falling out of the seat.… » 5/31/14 8:53am 5/31/14 8:53am

Want wagons? Kill the crossover

Cadillac boss Bob Ferguson recently told Automotive News that GM is considering an ATS wagon. Autoweek contributor and GM big shot Mark Reuss is on record speaking in favor of wagons. And whether they know it or not, American car buyers need a station wagon, but not a wagon built to satisfy station-wagon fetishists. » 1/27/14 4:39pm 1/27/14 4:39pm

Why the Audi S4 Avant and BMW 535 Touring are Future Classics

As you may have noticed there are a number of readers who are, shall we say, a bit fanatical about the wagon body style. I can’t think of anyone in particular at the moment, but trust me, they are among us. It is also no secret that in the U.S. lovers of long-roofs and ample cargo space are often forgotten by… » 7/29/13 10:33am 7/29/13 10:33am