While its 61 cubic feet of cargo space doesn't match that of an SUV, the Esteem wagon is big enough to carry a couple of big dogs, a bicycle or your bounty from an antique shopping trip. It is big enough to be useful and small enough to be thrifty. Its four-cylinder engine is miserly with fuel and prices start as low as $12,929. There are two trim levels, GL and GLX. The top-of-the-line GLX with anti-lock brakes and two-tone paint stickers at $16,229, and that is the model I drove.
Small station wagons are relatively plentiful -- Hyundai... Read More