In recent years, wagons have been usurped by crossovers, so they haven’t sold very well in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean they aren’t popular elsewhere in the world. Continue Reading...
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Kia’s Sportspace concept won’t evolve into a station wagon version of the new Optima that debuted in New York last week. Continue Reading...
Do you love wagons? I love wagons, and the Kia Sportspace concept is a perfect example of why. Continue Reading...
Adding to the list of rip-roaring performance products restricted from sale in the U.S., Audi will soon launch a 600-hp station wagon. Continue Reading...
Volvo is sexing up its European-market plug-in hybrid wagon with an R-Design package. Continue Reading...
The Volvo V60 will finally be on sale in North America as a 2015 model year starting in January 2014. Continue Reading...
Congratulations, you’re all grown up! At this point in life you’ve probably made it through college with more than an associate’s degree in the field of interpretive dance; you’ve more than likely claimed a life partner that’s the opposite gender and of breeding age and, consequently, you’ve manufactured a genetic replica or two. You’re going… Continue Reading...
Gone from the Audi lineup is the A4 wagon, known as the Avant, and in its place is the return of the Allroad. While the previous Allroad model sold on our shores (from 1999 to 2005) was based on the A6 wagon, this new version is a down-sized model based off the more compact A4…. Continue Reading...
Like an Odyssey for Europe, Honda unveiled its Civic Tourer Concept today at the Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
Photos of the new Civic Tourer Concept have just hit the net, giving a look at an upcoming Honda wagon for the European market. Continue Reading...
Taking the functionality of the Rapide luxury sports saloon to the next-level, a wagon, or “shooting brake” version of the Aston Martin sedan will debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is looking to expand its next-generation Passat lineup by adding a CC Shooting Brake model according to insiders. Continue Reading...
While a mid-cycle update and not an all-new model, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class makes a small yet important change to the car’s design, dropping a feature that has characterized its look since 1995. Continue Reading...
If Ferrari can build a wagon, then surely Porsche can get away with it. And why not, the German sports car brand has already expanded into SUVs and sedans. Continue Reading...
Just after releasing official details of the CLS Shooting Brake, Mercedes-Benz has announced the new high-performance AMG version as well as an even more potent “Edition 1″ model. Continue Reading...
Mazda’s new contender in the mid-size segment has been kept well-hidden by the Japanese automaker, until now, with our photographers grabbing the first spy photos of the lighter, more efficient and completely restyled 2014 Mazda6. Continue Reading...
The H-S V40 sports a carbon finer body kit with a deeper front spoiler, competition style rear wing and prominent fender flares designed to accommodate the race rolling stock. In addition, it also features a performance exhaust system, lowered and stiffened suspension and upgraded brakes. Continue Reading...
Over the winter our photogaphers captured several spy photos of an Audi RS6 mule testing in the European North. Now that Spring has returned, the RS6 is testing the limits of adhesion on a different surface – the Nurburgring. The wagon (Avant) style RS6 is easily distinguishable by some massive wheels and significant air intakes… Continue Reading...
However, given the success of vehicles like Subaru’s Legacy Outback here and even Audi’s AllRoad, it seems like a no brainer to us for a North American spec version to made available to dealers. Continue Reading...
German based tuner Abt Sportsline will be revealing four new tuned vehicles for the upcoming Geneva Auto Show. For Audi, Abt will add some spice to the Audi Q3 crossover. Dubbed the QS3, the compact crossover will receive a power boost from its 2.0 liter engine to produce a total output of 266-hp. Abt has… Continue Reading...
Our photographers have just caught up with the soon-to-be-revealed Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. Spy photos of the unique wagon-styled-coupe that’s actually a sedan (or is it a wagon now?) show a nearly-completed vehicle, suggesting it could make its world premiere as early as the Geneva Motor Show in March. Mercedes has already announced plans for… Continue Reading...
If there were any doubts that Hyundai is planning to offer a second generation of its Elantra Touring in North America, this should pretty much do away with them. Spied parking in an underground condo garage in Toronto, Canada and sent to us by a friend who runs the Endras BMW Blog, the spy photos… Continue Reading...
Audi’s performance vehicle lineup is about to get a new addition with these latest spy photos revealing what appears to be the next-generation RS6 Avant. Based on the current generation A6 wagon, the test mule features a more bold font grille, as well as add-on fender flares to accommodate the wider track. Other hints include… Continue Reading...
Last week, the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety announced that 2012 earned a record number of “top safety picks,” but the automotive industry is looking to set the record number even higher. Cadillac‘s 2012 SRX crossover and CTS sports sedan and wagon models received a crash safety rating of 5-star overall. According to the National… Continue Reading...