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Every Wagon You Can Buy in Canada in 2024

Wagons, or estates if you’re from the other side of the Atlantic, have a deep-rooted history in both Canada and the U.S. These were the vehicles of choice for those who wanted to go on long hauls while carrying their luggage and families. Along with their primary strength of being practical, the other aspects that make wagons a big draw are being stylish, showcasing driving dynamics better than SUVs and crossovers, and being luxurious with plenty of tech features. While wagons aren’t as popular as they once were, they remain top picks for enthusiasts and drivers focused on practicality. Arranged by price starting at the most affordable, here are all the wagons you can currently buy in Canada.

Subaru Outback

2025 Subaru Outback wagon

The Subaru Outback is the most affordable wagon on this list, and even though Subaru calls it an SUV, it looks like a wagon to our eyes. It’s available with two engine options: a naturally aspirated 2.5-litre four-cylinder rated at 182 horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque, and a 2.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder that develops 260 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque. The Outback gets all-wheel drive and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) as standard across all seven trims, and no longer comes with a manual gearbox option.

2025 Subaru Outback wagon interior

The Outback comes equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen in its base trim and an 11.6-inch tablet-style screen on all other trims, plus wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless phone charger, a heated steering wheel, and heated seats, and more. A notable mention must be made for its cargo capacity, which is 923 litres with the rear seats up and 2,141 L when folded down. Prices for the 2024 Subaru Outback start at $37,174 and go up to $50,574 for the top-spec version.

Audi A4 Allroad Quattro

Audi A4 Allroad wagon exterior

Based on the A4 sedan, this is one of the last remaining affordable luxury wagons on the market today. Its exterior changes include additional panels and black plastic cladding to protect the bulging fenders and the increased ground clearance. Available with a sole powertrain, the A4 Allroad Quattro sports a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a 12-volt mild-hybrid system that’s paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Audi A4 Allroad wagon interior

Rated at 261 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque, and courtesy of all-wheel drive, the wagon can achieve 100 km/h from a standstill in a claimed 5.8 seconds. Being an Audi, its interior is luxurious and has a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, a 10.1-inch touchscreen, and a host of active safety features. It also can accommodate 685 L of storage with all the seats up and 1,656 L with the seats folded. Available in three trims, Komfort, Progressiv, and Technik, the wagon’s prices start at $57,665 and go up to $64,265.

Volvo V60 Cross Country/ Recharge

2024 Volvo V60 Cross Country exterior

Volvo is synonymous with wagons and the Swedish brand continues to offer its most affordable one in the form of the V60 Cross Country and Recharge models. The V60 Recharge is a sleek yet sporty wagon that’s now offered in a sole Polestar Engineered trim, whereas the Cross Country is a slightly jacked-up version of the former with 63.5 mm of extra ground clearance and extra body cladding.

The Cross Country is the more affordable one with prices starting at $57,789, but there are two extra packages on offer: Plus (an additional $5,450) and Ultimate (a $12,100 upgrade), with the top-spec model packing adding features like bigger 19-inch wheels, four-zone climate control, powered front seats, heated rear seats and steering wheel, ventilated front seats, a Harmon Kardon audio system, head-up display, and driver-assistance tech. Both versions have all-wheel drive as standard and 1,431 L of cargo space with the seats folded down, but with the seats up, the Cross Country sports 519 L, while the standard V60 makes do with 471 L.

Volvo V60 Cross Country interior

Meanwhile, the Recharge model is priced at $80,939 and is equipped with performance upgrades like the Polestar-tweaked chassis, 19-inch forged wheels, and Brembo brakes. The V60 Cross Country is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine with mild-hybrid tech that’s rated at 247 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The standard V60 gets a plug-in hybrid setup with the 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine now putting out a total of 455 hp and 523 lb-ft of torque and providing 64 km of electric-only range.

Volvo V90 Cross Country

Volvo V90 Cross Country interior

As the elder sibling of the V60 Cross Country, this wagon is 175 mm longer, 38 mm taller, and 13 mm wider. There’s more cargo space, too, with the V90 Cross Country able to accommodate 551 L with the seats up and 1,517 L with the seats folded down. Being a Cross Country model, it follows the same principle of having black plastic cladding on the bumpers, wheel arches, and sides.

With a sole powertrain on offer, the V90 Cross Country’s unique turbocharged and supercharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine with a mild-hybrid system develops 295 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. Equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission, this AWD wagon can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in a claimed 6.4 seconds.

Available in two trims, Plus and Ultimate, the V90 Cross Country is well-equipped with the top-spec trim sporting a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment screen, head-up display, 360-degree parking camera, 12-inch digital driver’s display, ventilated and massaging front seats, a heated steering wheel, and more. Prices for this wagon start at $73,639 and top out at $80,489.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon

Mercedes E450 wagon exterior

The new E-Class Wagon is already out in other parts of the world, but sadly, it’s not yet available in Canada. The good news is that we can still get our hands on last year’s version. Both versions, the standard E 450 4Matic and AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+, come equipped with all-wheel drive as standard and have a cargo capacity of 640 L with the seats up and 1,820 L folded down.

The biggest difference between the two is in the powertrains. The E450 4Matic is powered by a 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder engine with mild-hybrid tech that’s rated at 362 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. This output, coupled with all-wheel drive and a nine-speed automatic transmission, allows the E 450 to achieve 100 km/h from a standstill in a claimed 5.2 seconds. The AMG E 63 S, meanwhile, is quite fast thanks to the 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 developing 603 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, allowing it to reach 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds.

Mercedes AMG E63 S wagon interior

Being a Merc, it’s expectedly equipped with plenty of luxurious features and tech in both versions like the 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and touchscreen infotainment system, dual-zone climate control, active driver safety systems, and heated front seats and steering wheel, among others. Prices for the E 450 4Matic start at $86,000, while the AMG E63 S 4Matic+ starts at $142,000.

Audi A6 Allroad / RS6 Avant Performance

Audi A6 Allroad wagon exterior

As the larger sibling of the A4 Allroad, the A6 Allroad follows the same principles, including the jacked-up ride height of 185 mm and added panels and black plastic cladding to protect the bulging fenders. It also has a sole powertrain option: a 3.0L turbocharged V6 with mild-hybrid tech rated at 335 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

The A6 Allroad features a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, 10.1-inch touchscreen, heated front and rear seats, and more. It’s available in two trims, Progressiv and Technik, with prices starting at $85,265 and $92,815, respectively. It has a total cargo capacity of 1,680 L with rear seats folded down.

Audi A6 Allroad interior

Then there’s the RS6 Avant Performance, the souped-up version, which is the most powerful gasoline-powered car on this list and the immediate rival to the AMG E63 S. Its 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 engine puts out 621 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque and can propel the RS6 from a standstill to 100 km/h in a claimed 3.4 seconds. It is pricey, starting at $146,492, but it gets a lot of additional exterior and interior features such as 22-inch wheels, all-wheel steering, powered tailgate, ventilated front seats, active driver safety systems, and more.

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo exterior

As the only electric wagon on this list and in the world, the Taycan Cross Turismo is a unique proposition and gives us a look at what the future of the wagon body style could look like. Essentially the stretched-out wagon counterpart of the Taycan, the Cross Turismo is a true Porsche with its focus being on performance. Updated for 2025 and available in three trims, 4S, Turbo, and Turbo S, the Cross Turismo has a 97-kWh battery pack, dual electric motors, and is only available in all-wheel drive as standard, with no rear-wheel drive option like on the Taycan sedan.

The base Cross Turismo 4S is rated at 509 hp and 519 lb-ft of torque and, thanks to overboost, this output can be raised to 590 hp, allowing it to reach 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds. The Turbo kicks things up even further, as it’s rated at 697 hp and 656 lb-ft as standard, but with overboost, it puts out 857 hp, helping it to reach 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds. Last but not least is the Turbo S that puts out 764 hp and 819 lb-ft in normal guise, but if that wasn’t enough, in overboost, it puts out 938 hp, bringing the zero-to-100-km/h time to just 2.5 seconds.

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo interior

Being a wagon, it’s also practical, as it has a luggage carrying capacity ranging from 405 to 446 L (seats up) and 1,171 to 1,212 L (seats folded), depending on the trim. Claimed combined range figure for the Cross Turismo 4S is 601 km whereas in the Turbo and Turbo S it’s 597 km. Before the multiple customization options that buyers can choose from, the Taycan Cross Turismo has a starting price of $158,000 and goes up to $268,439 for the top-spec trim.