Station wagon

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A Ford Country Squire station wagon
A 1989 Pontiac Safari station wagon

The station wagon, or estate, is a variant of the sedan/saloon. The difference between station wagons and regular sedans is that the station wagon has no trunk, plus the roofs are extended backwards over a shared passenger or cargo volume with access in the back.

Station wagons have been mostly replaced by minivans/MPVs, SUVs, and crossovers.

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