The price was right. The car seems right. It’s a 2.0t Lux wagon loaded with everything except the VR6 and AWD.
As promised, I drove a Buick Regal TourX Essence trim (one level less than fully loaded). Listed at 38K, selling for 32.5K *conditions apply of course
Will mostly be the higher end Essence model. Is this the affordable premium American (German) model that will make wagons great again? Until the V60 arrives, anyway.
I’ve never owned a Volvo or a wagon, and this might be my first one. I am genuinely excited for this car.
Ready for a RIIIIIIIDE
Words later, pictures now.
Wish I was a European Millionaire...
Called “Blond City Weave Textile Upholstery,” it adds a modern plaid pattern to the seats and door panels, complemented by beige leather trim. 300HP turbo AWD Wagon with plaid seats.
This gal in her Volkswagen Fox Longroof wins the day. I am amazed that the Delaware DMV didn’t block this vanity plate.... Looked legit with registration sticker on it and all...
2014, $109K, 23,746 miles
There’s a trending article on Gizmodo about most underrated cars of the last 20 years
Never stop dreaming. One day they might come true.
Gimme dat 2.5T AWD and I will buy this tomorrow...and by tomorrow I mean 3 years from now as a low-mileage CPO lease return
What in your mind is the ugliest shooting brake?
I know what you’re going to say - I’m insane for saying this. After all, crossovers are a massively booming market, displacing the midsize sedan in America, and displacing the MPV (what we Americans would call the minivan) in Europe.
My next car is probably going to be a 5MT/6MT Forester but I really hope I do something stupid and impulsive like buy a old diesel Benz or one of these.
So I was like okay honey no problem.