Crazy Carts aren’t too complicated. They’re just a driven wheel up front, with casters making everything slide. It follows that theoretically you could make a crazy cart out of any front-wheel-drive vehicle. At least, that’s what Hoonigan is trying at the moment.
I understand what you’re thinking. You can’t just show a picture of a Subaru Outback and declare it “not a Subaru Outback.” Friend, that’s exactly what I’m doing, because this is, in fact, a Honda.
The Volvo V60 debuted today and already my wagon allegiance is being tested: is it me or is the new midsize Volvo wagon more wagon-ey than the fullsize V90 that came out a while back? I tried my best to compare them and, honestly, I think my initial impression is right.
Reach out with your eye-hands and see-touch the new Porsche Panamera wagon (officially the 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo) that has finally landed in the United States. It’s here, y’all, and it looks amazing.
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!
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.
This is pluck and determination, writ out in thin steel and all-wheel drive.
Americans have purchased and leased 4% more wagons in the first eight months of 2015 than during the same period one year ago, an increase of more than 5,000 sales, year-over-year.
This is the 2016 Infiniti QX50, which the company refers to as a crossover. Eh, not really.
This weekend we're releasing a 2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited to its natural habitat, Vermont, to get the last scraps of the ski season. That should give us an opportunity to suss it out on highways, country roads, and figure out whatever "X-Mode" does. So what do you want to know about it?
The famous 11 foot 8 bridge keeps a surveillance camera going to capture all of the unsuspecting truck drivers who crash into it. Now the camera has caught a hit-and-run in action, and the Volvo 240 at fault.
Here was the plan: take a $112,000 Mercedes E63 AMG S Wagon, a Subaru STI, a BMW 228i, and a 1973 Volkswagen Baja Bug, and blast sideways on a snow-covered private test track hidden in the woods of Connecticut. Simple, right?
Further proof that wagons are cool hip and trendy these days: Kia's new Sportspace concept car, built to preview their next family car, is a longroof.
Try and name the car pictured above. Having trouble?
[In America, we think of the Skyline being nothing but GT-Rs, but the name covers all kinds of models. Here's a 1970s Skyline delivery van/station wagon thing. Photo Credit: Nissan]
Mercedes did not offer its 5.6 liter M117 V8 in the stocky W123 series. Here's one anyway.
The stunt is simple: take one heavy-duty Peugeot wagon and jump it in the desert. The stunt drivers: perfectly prepared for the task at hand.
Who says you need a Miata to autocross? Not this guy. Meet the Buick Loadmaster, a Roadmaster pickup that takes autocrosses and spits at them.