Even though wagons aren't all that popular in America, there's just something about them that drives us crazy. Especially fast wagons. There's nothing better than beating someone off the line in a car designed to haul a family. Here are some new cars on the market today that should have a wagon version, according to you.
The G70 is one of our favorite sedans on sale right now. It's fun-driving, sharp looking, and can be had with a manual transmission. The only thing we can think of that would make it better is a station wagon version.
The Rapide may be a bit old nowadays, but it's still one of the coolest four-doors you can buy—it does have a naturally aspirated V12 after all. And who doesn't want a V12-powered wagon in their life? We sure do.
When it comes to fun "normal" cars, the Mazda6 is one of the best. It's economical and practical, but you can still have a good time behind the wheel. Imagine how cool it would be with a longroof body style capable of hauling lots of things?
You used to be able to get an Accord in a wagon body style, but no longer. With the new Civic Type R-sourced 252-horsepower engine and a six-speed manual, we think it would be the perfect sleeper. C'mon Honda, you know it's the right thing to do.
Tesla will probably never officially release a wagon version of the Model S, but there's at least one independent shop willing to convert your car if you have the money. Check it out! It looks good. But we'd still love to see what a factory version would look like—it probably wouldn't be too far off.
The new Kia Stinger is a hit, but you know what would really make it great? A long-roof variant. All that performance coupled with a practical wagon body would have enthusiasts foaming at the mouth to get their hands on one.
Subaru decided not to make a wagon version of its WRX and WRX STI performance cars for the current generation, and that's a shame. If you didn't want to stand out with a big spoiler, the five-door STI was the perfect choice for blending in while still having fun. Please bring it back, Subaru.
Ford did a wonderful thing when it gave us the SHO variant of the otherwise low-key Taurus. And because all the other Tauruses are pretty pedestrian cars, the SHO is currently one of the best sleepers you can buy. It packs a hard-hitting twin-turbocharged V6 engine, . But imagine how much sneakier that power would be if it was hidden in the body of a wagon.
While the gaping nose of the GS F is polarizing, we think it looks purposeful, like it needs all of that open space to suck in the air for its 467-hp 5.0-liter V8. Those wouldn't look bad on a wagon, either.
Think about how handsome the XE is. Now think about how handsome a wagon it would be. The V6 with 340 hp is straight from the F-Type, which would turn the XE into the perfect sports wagon.
This is the only coupe on our list, and for good reason: M3 wagons have existed before. But an M2 wagon/shooting brake could be a modern reincarnation of the legendary 'clown shoe' M Coupe. The 365-hp 3.0-liter turbocharged engine would be the perfect powerplant.
Yes, we know the Dodge Magnum SRT-8 was more sales bomb than sales rocket, but there's just something about making a wagon out of the 707 horsepower sedan that seems perfect to us. Dodge: You know what you have to do.