These are the 5 Highest Horsepower Wagons

Station wagons still seem to dot the driveways of America. Admittedly however, there are fewer of them when compared the to late 1970s and early 1980s. The mini-van did a lot to stifle the station wagon segment. Although, there are a few that remain that are pretty powerful. Here is a list of the five highest horsepower station wagons

2020 Porsche Sport Turismo wagon | Porsche-0
2020 Porsche Sport Turismo | Porsche

2020 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Tourismo 

Mention the name Porsche and everybody immediately thinks sports cars. But, did you know that they also make wagons and SUVs too? That might be a bit surprising to some. But, they have built a wagon with the flavor of a stretched 911. Yes, it is a performance beast. As expected, it tops our list. Edmunds says, “Handles more like a sports car than a large sedan” and “Refined interior design with the latest technology.”

  • Zero-to-sixty in 3.2 seconds
  • 677 horsepower
  • Twin-turbo V8
  • MSRP starts at $191,700
A white Porsche Panamera wagon with a black top sits on a dirt driveway
2020 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Tourismo | Porsche

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2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class AMG E 63 S Wagon

Although Porsche recently came to the wagon world, Mercedes has made wagons for decades. Not surprisingly, they have been able to create a very healthy wagon as a result. The AMG series badge should be warning enough that this ride is an intense powerhouse. Of the E-class, Edmunds says, “Exquisite cabin that sets new standards for design and comfort,” and of the AMG line specifically they say, “High-horsepower AMG models are fun to drive.”

  • Zero-to-sixty in 3.4 seconds
  • 603 horsepower
  • Biturbo V8
  • MSRP starts at $111,750
a blue Mercedes AMG wagon sits in a dark room with a backlit wall
2020 E-Class AMG Wagon | Mercedes-Benz

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2020 Jaguar XS F Sportbrake

Over the years, Jaguar has had an on-again, off-again affair with the wagon. Right now, it is on-again. They have created a very elegant XF Sportbrake variant because, you know, Jaguar and elegance go hand-in-hand. Edmunds says, “Comfortable to drive, yet still fun and engaging.”

  • Zero-to-sixty in 5.3 seconds
  • 380 horsepower
  • Supercharged V6
  • MSRP starts at $71,800

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2020 Audi A6 Allroad

Audi has been at the wagon game a long time. This new A6 Allroad is a good example of what happens when you try to improve your product over the years. Edmunds says of the Audi A6 series, “High-level style and build quality, inside and out.” 

  • Zero-to-sixty in 5.1 seconds
  • 335 horsepower
  • Turbocharged V6
  • MSRP starts at $65,900
Gray 2020 Audi A6 Allroad in front of a mountain range at sunset
2020 Audi A6 Allroad | Audi

2020 Volvo V90 Cross Country 

Volvo made a name for itself making safe wagons. Although they have taken risks in branching out and making hatchbacks and SUVs, they still make a pretty strong performance wagon. Edmunds says of the V90 Cross Country, “interior is upscale and stylish” and “more off-road capability than in regular wagons.”

  • Zero-to-sixty  5.6 seconds
  • 316 horsepower
  • Turbocharged and supercharged 4-cylinder
  • MSRP starts at $54,550

BONUS: 2019 Ford Flex Limited

The Ford Flex has been a slow seller the last few years. That is why it is on this list as a bonus. Some dealers still have 2019 Flex Limiteds sitting on their lots. So, if you can find one, you will score a wagon with some serious motivating power. Edmunds says, “Turbocharged V6 engine has an abundance of power” and “Outward visibility is excellent for such a large vehicle.”

  • Zero-to-sixty 5.9 seconds
  • 365 Horsepower
  • Turbocharged EcoBoost V6
  • MSRP starts at $38,790

Although for a while wagons were waning in popularity, they are still among us. Some of them are serious performance beasts too. So, if you are considering a performance wagon, keep the list above handy for reference. It may be 2020, but the state of the wagon is still strong.