There's a definite market for this vehicle - especially at the moment with so many people (myself included) trading their SUVs for performance-oriented, but practical cars that get decent gas mileage.Sounds like the answer to a question nobody asked, but it looks sweet.
That's a real shame. I probably would have wound up settling for a Legacy Wagon had Mazda not sold the wagon in '06 (although knowing now what I didn't know then, I probably would have opted for the hatch). Yes, the crossovers have attracted a lot of people looking for more fuel-efficient SUVs, but a lot of people realize that the lower center of gravity and better aerodynamics of a wagon make for a more satisfying and fuel efficient vehicle - with all the cargo-carrying ability of a small SUV.This is the last year for the wagon, since more of the US segment is into the SUV crossovers, CX-7 and the CX-9. It is sad that this vehicle will not be sold here, as it would be in my driveway right this minute, Europe gets all of the goodies.