Renn Sport. Two very simple words, initialed together in a logo and slapped onto the boot lid of a station wagon makes for an intoxicating drive. And why not? Read the rest of the story at: Review: Audi RS4 Avant
Being teased with a desirable but unavailable variant of a car sold on our shores is as inevitable as death and taxes. Every year, there is some new supercar station wagon, ultra-efficient diesel or hot hatch/rally special that seems just within our grasp. Inevitably we learn that it won’t be making its way to America […]
Watch this little critter go all out and decorate this tree. Did he drive that home tied on top of a little mouse station wagon? A C.O.-Certified® Quality Submeesh from Kate C.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Christmas, mice, Pocket Pets
Say “Oldsmobile” and “station wagon” in the same sentence, and most people immediately envision the raised-roof Vista Cruiser, with its tinted roof panel windows. Oldsmobile also built its base Cutlass in a station wagon variant, though there weren’t many takers in the 1971 model year; out of 70,924 V-8 Cutlasses assembled, only 6,742, or 9.5 […]
Suzuki canned plans for a station wagon and a V6-powered model when it realized how badly the car flopped.
If you were to ask most people to describe a Dodge Magnum, they’d tell you that it was a performance oriented station wagon that was built from 2005-2008. However for those of us in the automotive know, we’d be thinking of the two-door, t-topped roof’d versions that were produced from 1978-1979. They were more of […]
www.ZerCustoms.com - Brabus revealed at the 2013 Essen Motor Show an 850 hp station wagon, which is b... [...]
Posted on 11.29.2013 09:00 by Simona With the new C-Class sedan revealed almost completely, our spy photographers were out and about looking for the station wagon lacking camo. Well, today was the day, as our spy shooters found the T model, as Mercedes likes to call it, totally free of camouflage as well. Show More Summary
America is finally getting a fast wagon. Let's hope more will follow. If car makers need inspiration, look no further, as these are the ten fastest right here. Read more...
The oh-my-god-that's-gorgeous Volvo V60 Polestar we saw today, that's going to be a real thing next year, continues the tradition of Volvo wagons with an extra dab of power. With 0-60 in 4.9 seconds and a top speed limited to 155 mph, it's damn quick. But what are other faster, quicker wagons? Read more...
Missing a shovel? Wonder what happened to the kids shoes left at the sand pit in the backyard? Care what became of the ice cooler that fell off the top of your station wagon as you raced down the rural highway? Hey, thanks for the stuff. Show More Summary
Volvo is one of those iconic brands that people have associated with families and safety for generations. Many of us have at least one memorable life experience with a Volvo station wagon. My memory? Riding in the rear-facing jump seat...
The southbound on-ramp to U.S. 101 in Corte Madera, California, in a Kodachrome slide I shot through the back window of our 1956 Rambler station wagon in January 1963. Corte Madera is the "twin city" of my home town, Idyllic™ Larkspur. Show More Summary
We’ve seen several Pack-ups here and there over the years, but none built from a station sedan – Packard’s postwar woodie wagon – as is the case with this 1948 Packard Eight Station Sedan for sale on Hemmings.com. Whoever buys it will have to contend with some rust along with all the issues that come […]
Children named Apple and Moses Martin cannot pull up to school in, say, a station wagon or a Range Rover. No, they need a more Goop-esque mode of transport. Gwyneth Paltrow has gotten into the very Gwyneth Paltrow habit of "whisking" her children to and from their L.A. prep school on... More »
It’s been an exciting week for me here on Jalopnik. On Tuesday, that piece on BMW losing its way prompted readers to passionately argue about the brand’s direction. Yesterday’s Miata piece prompted a flurry of reader responses, ranging from praise to curse words. Show More Summary
Fall 1960. A Kodachrome by our old friend Arthur Rothstein, taken for the Look magazine assignment "Tailgate Gourmets." "Food for tailgate picnics displayed in the backs of station wagons, including a Ford Country Squire, a Dodge Lancer, and a Pontiac Bonneville Safari parked in a football stadium. Show More Summary
When we first saw the ad for this 1973 Ford LTD Country Squire station wagon for sale on Hemmings.com, we couldn’t believe our eyes either. As the description only left us wanting more, we wasted no time in calling the seller for additional information. Although he didn’t build this rig himself, he tells us that […]
The appeal of vintage station wagons never seems to dim, even among those of us who spent our childhood vacations in the back seat of a sedan instead. Wagons just serve up the right blend of form and function, and in many cases, like this 1955 Chevrolet Nomad for sale on Hemmings.com, look more stylish […]
Forget big-horsepower trucks. Forget big-horsepower station wagons. Big-horsepower minivans are where it's at, and Bisimoto's 1,029 horsepower Honda Odyssey Power-Van is the new king. Read more...