Can Holden’s new all-wheel drive wagon conquer Subaru’s class leader and quality competition from Volkswagen?
Station wagons are the forgotten orphans of the modern Australian automotive landscape. Their place has pretty much been taken by SUVs.
But there are a few in-betweeners who try and deliver the traditional station wagon on-road vibe while also embracing the new-wave popularity of SUVs by adding a smidge of off-road ability.
The newest arrival in this sub-segment is the Holden Calais-V Tourer, the first all-wheel drive wagon from the Commodore family since the Adventra and a member of the first-ever imported Commodore range.
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