Photo courtesy by Will Jackson
absolutely fantastic find, these are two of my favourite wagons of all times. What a joy seeing them together like this, thanks!
My heart says the Audi. My brain says the Toyota.
Alas, so my affections for cars mirror my affections for ladies…
Those Audis have the absolute worst rear turn signal design. The turn signal bulb is separate from the brake light, but is very dim and gets washed out by the brake light. The 2010-2011 Camry (ironically) has the same problem.
this is a feature that VW-Audi have snuck into other cars too – Golf 5 for exmaple
The Audi, slap a diesel in it and you have a car nearly as reliable as the ‘Yota. I’m currently fixing up a B4 80 wagon, and I’m starting to love that car, snapped door release cables apart
I grew up with wagons and love them. Jaguar has a beautiful new XF Estate, but I’ll never be able to afford a new one. Oh well, maybe in another ten years I can afford a used one. However I’ve really grown to appreciate my old V8 Explorer.
I really like wagons, too. I was exited about the new Buick Regal wagon, and having seen one, in the metal, at our sister Buick store, I’m disappointed. The back cargo area screams, “Dodge Magnum” to me. Swept too low. Who knows, maybe it’ll grow on me. I doubt it’ll be around more than a year or two. Much like the only other wagon of late that I can recall liking is an Acura offering from about five years ago. I believe Paul Neidermeyer’s wife drives one?
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