Three’s a trend, but something short of a comeback. Even with enough wagons clustered in one segment to warrant our first roundup in 13 years, the two-box car remains endangered. The taller, truckier version of the wagon, the compact crossover, now dominates the market for utility vehicles. Case in point: Audi sells nine Q5s for every Allroad it unloads.
“A sports sedan wearing a backpack is the enthusiast’s alternative to a crossover, offering similar cargo capacity with better fuel economy and performance.”
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