Top 10 Best Estate Cars 2019

Top 10 Best Estate Cars 2019

Our list of the very best load lugging Wagons you can buy today, with something to suit all budgets.
The wonderful thing about estate cars is the absolute breath of the class. This is simply consequences of the fact that whichever type of the car public wants, there will always be a portion who want it with added practically.
At the extremities of the world lie such oddities as the stretched out mini Traveler of 1960and the V12 engine FerarriGTC4 Lusso shooting brake, But even the more the humdrum middle ground is overflowing with variety. That's because while the following 10 cars share a common utilitarian cause, they deliver it in different ways.
Look past the big boot and some strive for luxurious. Others organize every trick in the book to make their owners lives easier. So which is the best option if you’re an auto-reader who wants only one car to do it all?

Best Estate Cars on sale in 2019:

BMW 5 series touring:

BMW 5 Series Touring

BMW midsized Stalwart is our preferred premium saloon and its Arguable that ballooning the rear bodywork car only increases its vast all-round appeal. Air the suspension comes standard at the rear axles to make the ride comfortable and bump free however there a number of options also offered on the suspension system e.g optional Adaptive dampers to make the ride comfort to the extreme level.
On the other hands, the next reason why the BMW 5 Series engines are the best in class, its classic lineup where BMW offers its best in class engines with both petrol and diesel fuel. BMW ensures world-class fuel economy with four-cylinder configuration. The six-cylinder engines are also offering class-leading performance. That the G30 generation car isn’t quite as insight full as its forebear also matters less for the touring version whose 1700 liter load bay with the rear seats down is right in the mix. BMW 5 series is the best in class touring offered in the UK with a range of luxurious features.

Skoda Superb Estate:

Skoda Superb Estate

Here is just the overall verdict on the Skoda Superb vehicles that how Skoda superb estate is the best in class SUV? However, you can find our full review on Skoda superb and you would learn that this is a car on its way to becoming one of the very best family cars in the world. In estate form, Skoda’s exclusively shaped star modal boasts an echoing carrying capacity of 1950 liters with rear seats folded flat more than even a Mercedes E class Estate. Finding fault in the cabin ergonomics, material quality or rolling refinement is also mugged the other automakers. You consider the range starts at so much less then you will pay for the usual premium contenders.

Ford Focus Estate:

Ford Focus Estate

The least expensive car well above its weight both in driver appeal and in practically, not least because, at almost 4.7 m long, its footprint is significantly greater than before. As a result, boot capacity rises from 375 liters in the hatch to 608, increasing to 1653 with these at folded flat. For long drag family car duties, we would spec our focus estate with ford adaptive dampers, which help massage a ride quality that otherwise strays into the realm of coarseness.

Alpina B3s Bi-Turbo Touring:

Alpina B3s Bi-Turbo Touring

The most compelling everyday proposition on this list is also the most expensive. Indeed, paying more than 60,000GBP for a 3 series without M badge on its boot lid might seem foolish, deft retuning of the standard model suspension and engine result in a blend of handling performance and comfort. All this happens because of the Q cars, which considered as the favorite among all roadsters offered in the market with its Alpina interior which uses the same leather quality used in the Rolls Royce vehicles. This vehicle can do 190 miles per hour with a family on it and being a fully loaded SUV it is some serious speed for a family wagon.

Mercedes E class Estate:

Mercedes E class Estate

Does the E class also available in a coupe and saloon body style get any more convincing than this? Because if the role of a big Benz is to convey the whole family in the enviable comfort, the estate is where you should spend your money. On this list of family SUVs only Skoda can compete the Mercedes E Class, would you believe this that a budgeted vehicle can compete the Mercedes E-Class in the competitive UK Market? So culture is the ride quality and effortless the driving control that piloting the E class Estate is almost as relaxing as sitting in the passenger seat. Those who want entertainment when the road starts to twist will be better served.

Audi A6 Avant:

Audi A6 Avant

Audi in the past has diversified its model lineup and the vehicles range by adding a number of superminis and they also added mid-engine supercars to compete for the supercar market at the same time, but four-wheel drive midsized estate, powered by an effortlessly smooth revving diesel V6 exemplifies what the brand is all about. Although a BMW 5 series will better reward its driver every day of the week, in term of mechanical refinement, technological cabin quality. Along with luggage capacity to spare, this car delivers the authentic Audi experience. Just be sure to choose air suspension.

Peugeot 508 Sw:

Peugeot 508 Sw

With its higher roofline, the 508 station wagon outscore its saloon sibling because rear headroom isn’t restricted. Granted this estate is not as spacious some rivals, or as good to drive, but it rides well enough at speed, steers with pleasing accuracy and is arguably the prettiest estate car in any segments.

Jaguar XF sport brake:

Jaguar XF sport brake

New WLTP emission test has robbed Jaguar only Estate of its v6 petrol engines. It’s still possible to equip the car with a296bhp v6 diesel better mannered than the 2.0-liter diesel on offer. When the XF engine sits beautifully in the nose of the new sport brake vehicle, you‘re still getting best handling on these models and can handle the vehicle exclusively. Thanks to the weight and response of Jaguar steering with a Jaguar logo. The top billing petrol model pairs the same 296 bhp 2.0-liter petrol engine from the F type with all-wheel drive and is a competent all-weather family car.

Volkswagen Passat Estate:

Volkswagen Passat Estate

There are two ways of approaching the long, the chiseled proposition that is Volkswagen largest estate. It is one of the best vehicles in the class and an alternative to BMW, Audi and Mercedes models in the list with the impressively small trade-off in interior fit and finish, or it is an expensive exercise in badge snobbery next to the even more spacious Skoda Superb Estate.
Certainly, the handling while secure and predictable is nothing to write home about in dynamic terms.

Volvo v90:

Volvo v90

Just five miles in v90 is enough to show firmly where Volvo when designed the car. The high waistline and steeply raked dashboard cocoon passenger within the materially rich cabin and the v90 feel supremely robust and secure, given the luxury on offer. The ride quality makes good on that promise of insulation from the outside world, and suspension can feel a little fragile at low speed. It’s right up there with the best as a motorway cruiser. The V90 trails the class leaders because of its loose body control a slight imprecision in the driving controls and coarse four-cylinder engines.

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