Station wagons are generally unpopular and they tend to lead rough lives. Meet the latest redheaded stepchild of the U.S. auto market: the 2015 Subaru Outback.
Only a handful of manufacturers plan to continue pushing wagons here in the foreseeable future and the list of lifted, trail-capable options is even smaller. Audi offers the Allroad for somewhere between $41,000 and $50,000. Thereís also the Volvo XC70. It starts over $38,000 for an all-wheel drive model, but that isnít exactly inexpensive either.
If that tidy sum seems like too much, Subaruís Outback might be just right. It enters
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