The New Infiniti Station Wagon Is Now More Station Wagon-ey

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This is the 2016 Infiniti QX50, which the company refers to as a crossover. Eh, not really.

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Take a longer look at this thing and you’ll see that the difference between this and a traditional wagon is, uh, a couple inches of ride height? Maybe?

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Illustration for article titled The New Infiniti Station Wagon Is Now More Station Wagon-ey

In any case, the thing is now even more wagon-esque. The wheelbase has been stretched another three and a bit inches of and there’s a two and a bit cubic feet of cargo space. Here’s the back, which has four more inches of legroom.

Illustration for article titled The New Infiniti Station Wagon Is Now More Station Wagon-ey

Wagons are back, everybody! We’re just calling them crossovers.

Photo Credits: Raphael Orlove

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hammerheadfistpunch
HammerheadFistpunch

um, but...not a wagon. Its a new niche that’s being carved out by various manufactures right now I would call the plump hatch. The Macan is another example

There are 2 wagons in the picture and one plump hatch.