Old question, new spin. What is the maximum height to length ratio that disqualifies a wagon as a wagon?
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What is the smallest Height/Length ratio that is still a wagon? Also, there are obvious other ways to determine wagonness (based on a sedan, cargo to rear glass, etc). Im not going to debate if my method is best or even good.
Outback .346 (take off the tall roof rails guess is .330)
E450 wagon/V90 - .299
XF sportbrake .302
Outback .346 (yeah, I did that)
Macan GTS - .341
GLA AMG45 - .330
Looks the Line is pretty solidly around .31-.32 though as you can see crossovers are encroaching on this numbers. Now hatchbacks...thats another matter.
Golf R - .339
Mazda 3 hatch - .323
Just some food for thought.