The wagon will cost about $1,000 more than its sedan counterpart and gets rear park assist and six airbags as standard. The rear gate opens much wider than you might expect thanks to a tailgate hinge positioned well into the roof, which also helps reduce the space necessary to open the rear gate. A high cargo floor makes loading easier, while a 60/40 split in the rear seat makes it simple to accommodate larger cargo. Also, seating for five adults makes the car a legitimate people-mover, whether for family or work use.
GM has ruled out selling the VE Sportwagon in the U.S. as a Pontiac because of unfavorable exchange rates. Instead, Americans will likely see the cheaper VE Ute heading Stateside.