In terms of rich people who buy station wagons, you have to be rich to buy this station wagon:
We test drove all of the manual SUV/CUV options at the time, she hated them all. Then when we got back from a test drive of a terrible Jeep Liberty, I suggested the Wrangler once again, as there were manual ones on the lot. She drove it and loved it. We're now on our 2nd manual Wrangler, after a brief dance with an Evo.
I'm the wagon enthusiast in the family, she doesn't get it.
I remember one particular snowstorm that dumped about 26" of snow overnight. The QSW blasted out of it without issue. I wish I still had the pictures I took back then.
2019 Audi A5 - back to the brand after 28 years
2017 Golf Alltrack SEL+Tech - Son #1. In a galaxy far, far away
2014 Dodge Durango Limited AWD - Wife's
2004 Acura TSX - Son #2. The sax-mobile
1967 Chevrolet Corvette - I promise to get this car back on the road in 2018....
Both my wife and I drive wagons, A4 Avant for me a CTS Sport Wagon for her, unfortunately we are not rich. Likely going to replace the A4 in the next couple years, the wagon replacement options are few and far between, may end up in an E350.
If you can't measure it, you can't understand it; if you can't understand it, you can't control it.
As said on BAT "We’ll burn this guy to high hell for lowering his car but we will bid 6 figures on safari builds. Come on son" - 2mAn