Originally Posted by tony20009
Side note: It still amazes me that not one US car maker took the tack of sticking with wagons and simply investing to improve them and competing head to head with the foreign car makers.
Let's not forget that one of the most powerful (I can't say "one of the best" because I have not yet driven one) wagons available in the US today is the CTS-V, so Cadillac gets props for that alone.
I'm curious whether your daughter was happy about you giving her a wagon. Sure, it's a BMW and they love the badge, but I can't imagine most young girls being too excited about driving a wagon.