Maybe when Buick starts selling their wagon and leads the revival of the wagon in the U.S. Subaru might have some motivation to bring over the Levorg... with three pedals... and an engine with glow plugs...

I loved my 1997 Legacy GT Wagon and the Levorg is within two inches in every dimension of that car. I don’t want an Outback, my girlfriend has a ‘14 and it is pretty awesome, but it isn’t something that I would like to drive every day. In my mind the Levorg is the Goldilocks Subaru for me, bigger than an Impreza, but smaller than an Outback. And, well, for me, I’m probably going to own a Subaru for the rest of my life. No, not because I vape, wear skinny jeans and put dual Hellas and Rally Armor mudflaps on mine. But because I travel with stuff, because I use my Subaru wagon as a wagon to put everything from a snowblower to dogs, to wood, and even spare engines in the back. I also live in northern Vermont where a Subaru is fun to drive sideways in the snow makes it much easier to get around during nor’easters that dump two feet in 24 hours.