In the 1970s and 1980s, all-wheel-drive wagons were in their infancy, with models like the Subaru GL, AMC Eagle Wagon, and Toyota Tercel 4WD Wagon. These vehicles defined the segment; they were mostly utilitarian vehicles capable of driving through the worst weather with a bunch of cargo in the back.
Today, there are few real station wagons on the market, and the advent of crossovers means that all-wheel-drive wagons are even more rare. But there are still a few left, and those that remain are much more refined (and some more luxurious) than the versions of yore. Here are our top 10 all-wheel-drive station wagons.