are wagons making a comeback?

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Station wagons are the high-waisted jeans of the automotive industry 🔥 Seldom cool looking, and reminiscent of long, hot family road trips during the summer months, station wagons are, today, best remembered for classic models such as the “Woody,” which featured wood paneling on the sides and sofa seats in the back, making the vehicle look like a traveling rec room 👍 In the 1983 film “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” comedian Chevy Chase famously drove his family across America to Wally World in a version of the Woody called the “Family Truckster.” Jimmy Fallon just got his hands on a Woody for an opening bit in which he had driven his “Tonight Show” family – Steve Higgins, two members of the Roots and Hashtag the Panda – to Universal Orlando for a week of shows from Florida. They called it Orlando Vacation. [1]
Mercedes has been selling wagons in the U.S. for over 40 years. Although the E55 was the first AMG version, it didn’t arrive in 2005 model years. The E63 wagon received a bigger engine and name change in 2007. This latest version of the E63 S features aerodynamically optimized 20 inch light-alloy tires, an aggressive front bumper, and completely revised headlights. All suspension components were redesigned to provide owners with a more smooth and comfortable ride. This is even true when the vehicle goes around curves or on serpentine roads. According to Cotter who complained about the scarcity of wagons in America, California and New England are particularly in demand for E63s (modified March 16, 2020 by Megan Campbell, Herat, Afghanistan). [2]
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Not exactly in terms of sales—they still represent less than 2 percent of the domestic car market. In terms of the number of options, however, more wagon models are available in America. Today’s wagon models are available at a higher number than any other time in recent history. This is not only because wagons are more efficient, more fun to drive, safer, and better-looking than SUVs, it’s also because they’ve become a status symbol. Why? Because they’re now unique, and wealthy people gravitate toward exclusivity. Also because they’re in good taste: understated, elegant, practical, and adaptable—capable of being dressed up or dressed down—kind of like a Tom Ford suit. [3]
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Based on an article new from, ask most car buyers about station wagons, and they’ll probably tell you two things: That their parents owned them a long time ago, and that nobody sells them anymore. While most of our parents likely owned wagons back in the ’70s, ’80s, and early ’90s, the fact of the matter is this: They’re making a comeback. Many automakers have introduced models that look and act a lot like big-name movers from the past, thanks to increasingly car-like crossovers. (See: Subaru Outback). Luckily for us these models are better — and more interesting — than ever. [4]
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For the model year 2022, the Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo will be available. This is the wagonized, off-road-ready version of Taycan EV. It also comes in five flavors—just like its gasoline sibling, the Panamera—which includes the 4, the 4S, GTS, Turbo, and Turbo S models. Taycan 4 Cross Turismo comes standard with Porsche Active Suspension Management with Gravel Mode and Smart Lift. Battery Plus battery pack that can power The Taycan 4 Turbo S Cross Turismo can produce up to 750 horsepower. The range is limited by that model. While the standard Taycan 4 Cross Turismo can cover 215 miles per full charge, the Turbo S covers only 202. The 270 kW DC fast charger rate means your Taycans will charge quickly and you’ll get a quick charge. We are grateful to Chelse Vick who shared this information. [5]
Subaru’s Outback stationwagon has been able to excel in an era that favours crossovers. This wagon mimics SUV design while still maintaining the utility and roadsmanship of a traditional station wagon. The Outback is even on our Editors’ Choice 2022 list. Although its raised suspension is a hallmark of an active lifestyle, the car-like feeling it gives off from behind the wheel comes with plastic body cladding and a plastic body. The turbocharged and non-turbo quad-cylinder engines are available to buyers, as well as all-wheel drive. The roof rack is large enough to store bikes and kayaks without making it too heavy. This makes loading and unloading easier. It has proved so successful that even luxury automobilemakers have tried it. Outback is close to rivals the Audi A4 Allroad, and the Volvo V60 Cross Country. These two start almost $20,000 higher. [6]

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Mehreen Alberts

Written by Mehreen Alberts

I'm a creative writer who has found the love of writing once more. I've been writing since I was five years old and it's what I want to do for the rest of my life. From topics that are close to my heart to everything else imaginable!

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