Recent Examples of station wagon from the Web
Today, station wagons occupy the tiniest of niches, while sleek sedans and hatchbacks sell far better.
Minus the rash of million-dollar hypercars cropping up from Geneva to Los Angeles, station wagons are the most exciting segment in cars right now.
Demetrios built a lean and unpredictable Marine World, which raised few eyebrows in an era when toddlers roamed free in the backs of station wagons (what’s a carseat?) but seems inconceivable now.
Volvo will introduce an all-new version of its V60 midsize station wagon.
And for this painful occasion, the show's writers made the intriguing decision to center the story on something that to this point, didn't seem all that significant, but for Jack, was everything—the family station wagon.
Joe Maddon replaced the heavy volume of T-shirts with artwork this spring, and his 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass station wagon stayed in the parking lot.
Yet the station wagon is hanging in there—just about—even when there are so many other options.
Hunter Oil started in 1957 in Chattanooga with Hunter's grandfather, Jim, who sold an oil additive to truck stops around the city out of his station wagon.
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First Known Use of station wagon
STATION WAGON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of station wagon for English Language Learners
: a car that has a large open area behind the back seat instead of a trunk and that has a door at the back for loading and unloading things
STATION WAGON Defined for Kids
Definition of station wagon for Students
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