When you know you're a car's final owner, you get to decorate it any way you like. That's what happened with this 1991 Toyota Corolla DX station wagon in a San Francisco Bay Area wrecking yard.
Sales up 29 percent in five years.
Here's a used-up example of Plymouth's Reliant-K station wagon.
Common body color, high-end trim and special badge, plus a slideshow of 50 years of Subarus.
This 1983 Buick LeSabre Estate is just what you need for snowboarding trips in the Mountain Time Zone!
Before Subaru obliterated the competition, the Corolla All-Trac was a big seller in the Mountain Time Zone.
All signs point to Buick finally bringing the most practical Insignia to our market as a Regal. We got wind of a focus group testing the idea, Buick has trademarked the name Regal Tour X.
There was a time when the station wagon was the default cargo- and family-hauling North American machine. What's the best one ever?
The new Mercedes CLA-Class is still fresh on the market, but recent rumblings have indicated that Mercedes was working on a wagon variant of the car – possibly even in place of a sportier SLA Roadster. Our long-lensed spy shooters have captured our first look at the cargo-friendly CLA model, and while the image is grainy and the car's rear end is covered with camouflage, we now have a good idea of how sharp this car may look.
We've spoken at length previously about the fallacy of poor hatchback sales in the US, and with the runaway success of its Chevrolet Cruze sedan, it's somewhat unsurprising to hear that General Motors is rethinking its decision not to sell an overseas five-door variant in North America as it looks to plug a number of holes in its lineup. GM North American President Mark Reuss admitted during a media luncheon this week that not offering the model "... was a pre-bankruptcy planning mistake," says