The page says the CTW has 58 cubic feet of cargo with rear seats down, which is about the same as the BMW M5 Touring's 57.8 (although this number varies from website to website) but much less than the E-class wagon's 69 (!).It looks like Caddy cheaped out and have the rear doors as the sedan and the extreme slope of the roof will limit cargo carrying capacity.
agreed but the chunky rear pillars are going to make rear visibility an issue. I hope it sells well but unless caddy comes up with a good way to advertise the positives of this car it will still face some competition from SUV's (which were responsible for the original downfall of the station wagon market in the U.S)
true SUV sales have plummeted in recent years but there will still be folks who will cling to their sport utilitys to the bitter end and won't readily embrace the wagon at first. However i feel once they see the positives of this car they will start buying themI highly doubt that. Have you looked on used car lots lately? SUV's are finally going the way of the dinosaur.