Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Audi 5000 comes from the nadir of the marque’s existence in the U.S., after it was slandered by 60 Minutes for supposedly suffering from unintended acceleration. Let’s see if anyone should intentionally pay this Avant’s price nonetheless.
The real answer for pretty much any car buyer’s situation is not Miata, it’s the Subaru Outback. Few other vehicles that can be everything to everyone like the Outback. For 2018 Subaru’s best-selling car gets a little bit better with upgraded technology and styling.
This is very much my shit. I know I can’t have one, yet I will watch and listen and dream.
The next generation Buick Regal is shaping up to be one sleek luxury car from General Motors’ entry-luxury brand. Now turns out the American Regal might not be a sedan at all, but rather only offered in Sportback or wagon variants. Hooray for superior body styles!
Like their food, the French take their wagons very seriously. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Pug 504 is a perfect example of how seriously that is. Let’s see if its price still has you asking “are you joking?”
The BMW 3 Series wagon is one of the best European cars you can buy for a somewhat reasonable MSRP. Now that last part is important, because I don’t know what this dealership was smoking when it decided to order this wagon and sell it for this price.
This, dear reader, is a 2018 Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. If you live in America there’s a good chance you don’t care what a new Opel wagon looks like because you assume you can’t buy one anyway. But you might be able to, soon! Because word on the street is this thing is the next Buick Regal wagon.
I couldn’t get the title out of my desk, out the door, and into the hands of an acquaintance fast enough. It was the title for a 1995 Volkswagen Golf K2, originally a special edition with heated seats, skis and a ski rack. It was a rust free car that showed well and on which I just had some serious work done. It had…
The Opel Omega is perhaps one of the most anonymous looking station wagons ever made. It sort of looks like a nineties Escort, or a Lexus, or who cares—this is just one of many silver bars of soap out there. It’s a true any-mom’s car if there was one. Let’s watch it drift!
Everyone is worried about our next president’s positions on military spending, climate change and taxes. But what are they going to do about our Wagon Problem? I mean, just look at this poor bastard in North Carolina, who was forced to build his own because his country couldn’t provide him with the vehicle he…
We were all very sad when Jaguar announced that it would be giving up on wagons to focus more on the SUV market. Now it seems Jaguar isn’t out of the longroof game quite yet! The brand plans on launching an all new XF Sportbrake sometime in 2017.
Volkswagen finally figured out how to sell a wagon to Americans! Maybe. Granted, Subaru solved this problem with the Outback a long time ago and has been selling boatloads of their lifted wagon. Now VW’s trying something from the same playback. But despite the initial positive reviews, the 2017 Golf Alltrack might not…
Audi and Volvo—with Allroad and Cross Country, respectively— already know they can get away with throwing lifts on wagons and selling them as new models. Now Mercedes has hopped in on the fun with the new E-Class All-Terrain. It’s macho and burley and totally not the same as the wagon. Nope, not at all.
The 2017 Audi Allroad is the lifted faux-SUV wagon version of the all-new A4. You know this and still wish they offered the wonderful, normal Avant wagon like they do in Europe. Now with a starting price of just under $44,950 it seems Audi would prefer for you to buy something else other than the Allroad.
Mercedes showed off its new sexy wagon lineup today, but we only mentioned the E400 because, right now, that’s the only one to be sold in America. But, having stared at it long enough, the E43 AMG is worth talking about.