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estate car

Brit a car with a comparatively long body containing a large carrying space, reached through a rear door: usually the back seats can be folded forward to increase the carrying space
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IT might seem strange now but 40 or more years ago there weren't many 'premium' estate cars.
HEAVY duty estate cars have a point to prove in the current crossover climate and few can be more capable than the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain.
With cargo space ranging from 640 to 1,820 litres the E-Class is the biggest estate car currently on the market and its towing limit of 2.
30am, a blue Peugeot 407 estate car was driven at them and both officers were hurt.
It was also the fastest ever recorded by an estate car at Shelsley.
If you're looking for an estate car of this size, the fact remains that the Focus is one of the very best.
In every way the new Audi is a masterpiece - a supercar in an estate car body and something which delivers an elite driving experience.
Peugeot has been making SWs for some time, but the new 508 version is one of the best looking estate cars in its price range.
Instead, car designers majored on utilising the spaciousness and practicality created in MPVs by transferring this philosophy to new models of the estate car genre, the result being a subsequent stream of quality station wagons of an even more roomy and practical nature.
There are two engine options available to power the i30 Estate car along, a 1.
This is probably the world's best-looking estate car.
HYUNDAI is to reveal its concept of a future model that straddles the borders of the coupe and estate car markets next month.