BMW officially announced the 5-Series Wagon in Touring trim. BMW is basically trying to feel the market transition from SUV to crossover or the wagon style; just like Acura came out with the TSX wagon. The BMW 5-Series Touring Wagon comes with unique opening rear hatch window, load-leveling suspension, and roof rails. Spaces are divided with split folding rear seat into 40/20/40 arrangement. The total storage space in the BMW 5-Series Touring Wagon is about 19.7 cubic feet.
There are four different engine configurations available in the BMW 5-Series Touring Wagon: the 520d (184HP 2.0L diesel), 530d (245HP 3.0L diesel), 523i (204HP 3.0L petrol), and 535i (306HP 3.0L turbo petrol). To save gas, the BMW 5-Series Touring Wagon also comes with Start and Stop technology, and a bunch other technologies under the Active E package.
Your choice now would be the BMW wagon or its crossover.