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station wagon

US, Canadian, Austral.,NZ, and South African 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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That officer was able to forcibly stop the woman's station wagon, police said.
An abundance of seven-seater SUVs, MPVs and crossovers have relegated the modern station wagon to an extremely selective niche, only attractive to those who value car-handling characteristics to go with the cargo room fit for a family.
Unlike the saloon's plastic topping, the station wagon had a tough steel roof to support the standard roof rack.
7 turbo-diesel will take 60% of station wagon sales and the best-selling version will be the LT.
More than a tenth of sales in this sector of the market are estates and with its blend of styling and competitive CO2 figures we see the Cruze Station wagon as a real opportunity to grow our brand at both a fleet and a retail level.
Price stated the group gathered around and loaded the bodies into the station wagon.
Vehicles such as taxis, auto-rickshaws and trekker station wagons remained off the roads in Guwahati, the state's principle city.
The Lacetti Station Wagon is a car you come to appreciate the more you drive it.
HONDA - An Accord station wagon concept HYUNDAI -The i130 station wagon and Velostar coupe as well as Neos4 concept car with fuel cell.
Not to be confused with the Dodge Power Wagon, the Magnum is more butch muscle car than old-fashioned station wagon.
The first station wagon model in the Lancer Evolution series, the Lancer Evolution Wagon uses the body side panels and roof panel of the Lancer Wagon with reinforcement mainly focused on the rear end to give a lightweight and yet very stiff vehicle body.