Station wagon, estate, avant, whatever you want to call them, they are still popular. How did I come to that conclusion? Well, take a look at basically any German vehicle that is offered in both sedan and wagon and you’ll see that the wagon transacts at a higher price tag on the used market. This is especially true when it comes to high performance models like an Audi RS or AMG. A lot of that has to do with having your cake and eating it too, along with the exclusivity, as high performance wagons are made in extremely small numbers. However, even in standard base models, the wagons are still bringing premiums over sedans. Today’s car, a 2006 E500 Estate up for sale in California, follows that trend. Who says wagons are uncool?
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2006 Mercedes-Benz E500 Estate on eBay
Model: E500 Estate
Engine: 5.0 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 133,711 mi
Location: Costa Mesa, California
Price: $7,995 Buy It Now
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Just to cut to the chase as there isn’t really much to say about a 2006 E500, this one with 133,000 miles has an asking price of $8,000. Reasonable, but consider a sedan with those kind of miles is $5,000. That price is probably $500 too high as well. This kind of price difference is holding true across the board too. These are all various nondescript examples as well, no crazy colors or fancy stuff, just regular production wagons. Given the influx of SUVs at almost every segment, this surprises me, but in a good way. If people are still buying wagons and then hopefully companies will still make them. Especially Audi RS and AMG, the more the merrier.