Probably not, but it is almost big enough!
I have always had hatchbacks and small wagons as drivers, except for the last 3 years when I inherited DW's 4 door sedan Tracer. She got here "retirement" car at that point (CRV). I have pretty much hated the Tracer every day since I started using it, but kept it because we knew the history and it got 34mpg. Cars with trunks are pretty useless, even with a passthrough, if you need to haul anything, and I haul lots of stuff, very often. Since I am now retired, I get my "retirement" car, although it is no where near as nice as the 09 CRV, and now mileage isn't an issue with no 60 miles a day of commuting. No space for stuff issues with this one! 4X8 sheet of plywood fits inside, flat, gate closed. Gate drops like normal, but also swings to the side like a Rav4 does.
1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate wagon. LT1 (Corvette) engine with 335hp, 4 speed automatic. Power everything, landyacht ride, 117K. Texas car with a couple of years in Missouri. 09 dated, but new looking Michelin LTX tires on it. Not a show quality car, but not rusty and seems to be mechanically sound. I didn't want to get a really nice one I would be afraid to use, and abuse, when needed. Paid $4500 including doc fees, which I figured is not too bad considering rusty Taurus wagons with that mileage, but newer, are selling for close to $6K here.
Monday, I had a long day to go get it in O'Fallon, Missouri. Up at 2:45am, 5:15 flight with a stop at Charlotte (really), half hour cab ride (dealer paid for it, luckily), 11:00am at the dealer, checked it out and had a big delay in getting the paperwork done because of an "as is" sale to out of state and lots of weird Missouri rules, headed for home at 1:45pm. 570 miles in very windy conditions, got home at 10:50pm. 70+ mph and 23mpg for the first tank, haven't filled again yet. It is now in the garage getting caught up on all maintenance and checking everything.
This will also take some work off the van, which I always have had to use to tow the utility trailer if it had much load in it. The Buick is rated to pull 5K#, or 7K# with tow package and distributing hitch. Also won't have to worry about messing up the CRV hauling stuff that wouldn't fit in the Tracer.
Parts are all ordered, so it should be on the road in a couple of weeks, and the Tracer will be gone soon after that (thankfully).