If Americans Love Compact Crossovers, Why Do Wagons Get Bad Rap?Neal
The late ascent in prevalence of minimized SUVs in the U.S. made us think: Why have Americans strayed far from wagons, yet rushed to crossovers? Is it the label, not wanting to own a “wagon” but “crossover” sounds poetic? Is it the “hybrid” in the crossover?
At the New England International Auto Show, we’ve seen almost every manufacturer in attendance touting their new crossovers. But Volvo and Volkswagen are two of the only automakers that have even a single wagon on display.