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Wagons might be functional and practical vehicles but, save for the famous woody wagon, they're not really that popular south of the border (we like wagons better in Canada). In the U.S., SUV's and recently crossovers hold sway.

So why has Cadillac stepped outside the box with the introduction of the 2010 CTS Sport Wagon?

It's no secret Europeans like wagons. One can purchase wagon versions of BMWs, Auds, Volvo and so on. Cadillac is the first North American manufacturer to take a leap of faith to hop on the bandwagon as well.

The CTS is Cadillac's entry-level car and is meant to attract younger drivers into the fold. Using the CTS as a basis for a wagon is sound. Younger drivers are more comfortable with the various international offerings and so more likely to accept a more functional luxury car. To hedge its bets, Caddy also offers a crossover, the SRX, for those less cosmopolitan.

We drove a CTS wagon with the three-litre V-6 engine and all-wheel-drive.

Read More: http://www.timescolonist.com/cars/Caddy+joins+wagon+train/2525636/story.html

Bruce

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