The E-Class station wagon is the only Mercedes-Benz wagon available in the U.S.
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Here’s Why a Station Wagon Is Better Than Your SUV

Station wagon fans have only a handful of choices in the U.S. auto market. Despite this, the station wagon sales have been experiencing consistent growth in recent years, Bloomberg reports. The growth most likely comes from the SUV/crossover market’s overall growth, with sedan sales taking a nosedive. It’s not hard to understand why station wagons …

A speedometer shows the needle near 200 kph.
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Watch a Station Wagon Do 162 MPH on the Autobahn

There are those that do not know that a highway with no speed limits actually does exist. It is not fantasy. Portions of the Autobahn in Germany have no speed restrictions. Anybody can run their car all out in these sections of the highway system. Naturally, many drivers of exotic hypercars have been there filming …

a Subaru Baja utility truck driving along the coast
Trucks & SUVs

Why Was the Subaru Baja Laid to Rest?

The Subaru Baja pickup truck. A historic desert running, mountain climbing flash of genius brought to us by Subaru. Fans weren’t abundant, though, and it didn’t last long. In fact, there were many who thought it was downright ugly. Unfortunately, there wasn’t enough interest in this embodiment of automotive adventure. The Subaru produced the Baja …

A 2020 Subaru Outback parked off-roading in a forest.
Cars

How the U.S. Station Wagon Grew Up

Station wagons used to be a popular family hauler in the United States. Over time, however, they progressively started to disappear. Or, have they? Large Station Wagons Are Gone It is true that right now, in the US, one can not buy a full-size station wagon from the mainline automotive manufacturers. The last ones ceased …