Why is it called a station wagon?

Answer Station wagons were popular suburban family vehicles for many years. The name comes from the station wagon's original use as a replacement for stagecoaches at train stations.HistoryThe original pur... Read More »

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Subaru Station Wagon Specifications?

Subaru of America is a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries of Japan in 1968. The company manufactures cars, sports utility vehicles and station wagons. The 2010 Outback is a station wagon with six ... Read More »

Volvo Station Wagon Troubleshooting?

Volvo, a Swedish car company, manufactures several models of station wagons. Like most cars, these station wagons occasionally suffer from common problems such as low fluids, a dead battery or a bu... Read More »

How many miles per gallon does a Volvo station wagon get?

According to Volvo's website, the 2010 V70 gets 18 miles per gallon during city driving and 27 miles to the gallon on highways. The 2010 V50 with automatic transmission gets 19 miles per gallon in ... Read More »

Who made the Ford Mustang Station Wagon?

In 1965, the custom auto design company Intermeccanica built a prototype Mustang station wagon for an ad agency. The prototype was shown to the Ford Motor Company, but Ford never produced any of th... Read More »