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And let us say that these are going to come more often than yearly from now on.

At the time it seemed highly unlikely that Porsche would bring the Panamera wagon, now officially called the Panamera Sport Turismo, to the United States. I mean, why would they? America isn’t well known around the world for it’s embrace of the station wagon. We’re more SUV and pickup truck people. But that is changing. Perhaps due to SUV’s exorbitant costs or ridiculous fuel economy or maybe it’s down to the fact that SUV’s are quite soul-less to drive. Either way, Porsche has deemed the US worthy and will be sending us the Panamera Sport Turismo for 2018.

You can visit the Porsche website and start building your dream super wagon now.

CARFAX One-Owner. Silver 2006 Audi A6 3.2 Avant Quattro 4D Wagon. Quattro All Wheel Drive. 6-Speed Automatic with Tiptronic 3.2L V6 FSI DOHC 24V

Twin Turbo Inline 6 cylinder. 6-Speed Steptronic. Low Mileage, Excellent Condition E61 from the last year of production. Freshly services withe new serpentine belt, tensioners and fluid changes. Fully inspected and ready to go.

All Wheel Drive. Hard to find 6-speed manual.

This car is mechanically perfect, but has lots of little blemishes. While we usually like to restore the finish on our cars, this one would need so much work that we’re presenting it as-is. This is a great chance for someone to get a great deal on a 2011 6-speed E91, which as we know is a rarity. It’s not that any of the blemishes are terrible, but there are just so many of them.

The interior is very clean, however, and is the beautiful red leather. Manual seats and no i-drive is a welcome combination for simplicity and weight reduction. The car came out of Denver, so it’s got no rust on the underside.

Your options with this car are to drive it and enjoy it without worrying about the paint – or you could wrap it the color of your choosing. Either way, this is [...]

Wagon traded in for a different wagon. Our kind of customer. Call for more details. These TSX wagons are rare, and save a few nicks in the rear bumper, this one is in super shape. The owner was very diligent about maintenance, and you can tell driving it.

2.4L I4 201hp, 5-speed Automatic with Sequential SportShift, Bluetooth, USB, Sunroof, Heated Seats, Auto Climate Control, HID/Xenon Headlights, Side Mounted and Rear Airbags

This is a jaw-dropping example of a B7 A4 Quattro. The paint is nearly perfect, as is the interior. It’s a rare, gorgeous S-Line model. This car was surely lovingly cared for. Sporting full dealer service history on the clean carfax, they simply don’t come any nicer than this. The Sportline wheels are in perfect shape, and the brakes have over 80% remaining – just like the Pirelli tires. The previous owner swapped to R8 coil packs, so they knew a lot about the car. Other than that, it’s completely stock and pristine.

There won’t be another one like this on the market anytime soon! Don’t miss out.

This great AWD sport-package E46 was owned by a great customer of ours who took very good care of it, and had us service it. We just did the clutch, steering rack and gaskets along with DISA valve and plugs/coils. The brakes and tires are also both recently done, so despite the high mileage this wagon is serviced and ready to go.

The Oxford Green Metallic paint is in decent condition, but does show some staining on the hood and passenger fender. The interior is in great shape, with just one tear in the driver’s seat bolster visible in the pictures.

This car is heavily optioned, with the Sport Package, Luxury Package and Navigation. There are a few missing pixels on the display, but it’s working otherwise.

With these getting more and more rare, this is a great example for a budget buyer who doesn’t want to worry about maintenance – because it’s all just [...]

While not a wagon, we love these long-wheelbase Mercedes Coupes. This one is a rare CL500 with the AMG package. It gives you the reliability of the 5-Liter V8 (still with 302hp and 339lb-ft) and the appearance of the AMG version. This one is in excellent condition, only showing a few small cracks on the front bumper cover. The black leather is in perfect condition, as is the gorgeous cherry-burlwood inserts. This is truly German luxury and performance at it’s best, with Mercedes reliability to boot. This car had a sticker price starting at $95,650 and with the AMG package and other options, this one would have been pushing $100k when new! You can own it now for almost 10% of that original price.

You simply can’t touch this kind of luxury for this money, it’s one of the best values! For added peace of mind, we’ve just done a thorough inspection/service and installed brand [...]

Once again, we get the big tease from Europe… as Porsche plans to unveil a Panamera wagon version at the Paris Motor Show this fall. Riding on a VW-Group platform, in our estimation this makes the body shape of the lumbering Porsche make sense – and suddenly makes it beautiful from all angles. We’ve always liked the nose, but it’s out back where things fell apart for us.

In our eyes, Porsche could be pointed toward making the most beautiful wagon of all time – they just aren’t likely to send it to our shores – and we couldn’t be more annoyed. Porsche, that’s some serious shade we’re throwing – give us this wagon!

Hat tip to Road and Track:

Panamera Shootin Brake Concept

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