No, it's not a wagon. It's a very good hatchback.
October 5, 2017
I purchased this vehicle to replace a Hyundai Sonata. It is a smaller car in terms of wheelbase, but is very large inside. I'm 6'3 and a big man, and I have plenty of room. Only my Buick Park Avenue rivaled this car. It is very roomy with the hatchback design, and I used this car to move quite a bit of my family's things out of our house. Reliability has been good, though there are a few electrical gremlins. Performance is average with the standard 3.5 V6. I had been spoiled with my supercharged 3.8 Park Avenue and my 3.3 24 valve DOHC V6 Sonata, so I was a little disappointed with the Maxx's performance. However, it is more than adequate, and will get up to speed fairly quickly. This isn't a hot rod, and those who want more performance should look at the Maxx SS with the 3.9 V6. A bonus is that it is good on gas and only takes regular gas, saving me some money. Overall, this is a good car for a small family that doesn't want a poor handling SUV. I would definitely buy another one, though it would be an SS.