what companies still make station wagons?

Asked by Dec 28, 2012 at 01:02 PM about the 2011 Subaru Outback

Question type: General

Looking for a station wagon with no more than 25,000 miles.

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Subaru Outback Bmw 3 or 5 series wagon Audi Allroad or A4 or A6 wagon VW Jetta wagon Honda Crosstour is sort of a wagon same goes for Toyota Venza Hyundai Elantra touring-Probably best value if you dont need all-wheel drive Acura Sport Wagon Cadillac CTS Wagon Mercedes E class Wagon Chevy Malibu 5 door

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I agree with Chris, station wagons selections are up there with their siblings the ubiquitous sedan, options and upgrades are from bare bones to luxurious. One thing great about station wagons are their ability to carry more cargo than their counterpart sedan with slightly smaller trunks, plus some station wagons have roof racks, I own a station wagon a 2008 Subaru Outback, this is the third time I putting my two cents worth in opinion.

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Most auto manufactures have a station wagon in their line up, from AUDI to VOLVO .

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