The Focus Wagon comes only in sporty mid-spec ST-Line grade. At $34,850 drive-away, there’s a $2000 premium over the equivalent Focus Hatch. With plenty of small and medium SUVs at about $30K, it’s little wonder the Australian wagon market is floundering as buyers gravitate towards the more desirable high riders. Standard on the pricey but generously appointed Wagon are auto gearbox, ST-Line body kit, 17-inch alloys, roof rails, 10mm lower Sports suspension, LED lights and auto heated mirrors. Inside is an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, satnav, voice control, dual zone climate control, keyless entry and start, wireless phone charging, flat-bottom steering wheel and metal-finish pedals. Warranty is strong at five years/unlimited kilometres and servicing at 12 month/15,000km intervals cost a reasonable $299 for each of the first four visits. If feels like a proper roomy family car inside with ample space for two adults or three kids in the back. You score an SUV-baiting 608L of boot space and a mighty 1653L with rear seats folded. Cloth seats have red stitching for some visual flair, a rotary selector rather than gear shifter frees up centre c...