Wagons are a part of our car culture, featured in films like National Lampoons ‘Vacation’, and make for a great surfing vehicle. They have also been used for decades as the preferred Sales Rep car traveling from one end of the country to the other. While SUV’s and Cross-Over cars are making their mark on the car scene, the humble wagon has taken a back seat – but no more. Wagons are making a comeback, so let’s take a look at ten of the best wagons on the used car market in no particular order.
Available as a four-door sedan, five-door hatchback, or five-door wagon, the Mondeo/Fusion offers great value for money with tons of trunk space and of being a stylish work-horse. It also saw sporty good looks and some real style come to the fore both inside and out.
When you hear the word ‘practical’ being used in relation to cars, what do you instantly think of? Perhaps a boring run-of-the-mill design wrapped up in a plain white exterior that no-one looks at as it drives down the street. Perhaps you don’t want to be noticed, but you also don’t have to buy a ‘Plain Jane’. Sure, a sports car may not be a practical choice, but take a look at what you can get for practicality, and make your next purchase a ‘cool’ choice.