In 2019, numerous cars will vanish.
Some will be updated, but others could be gone for good.
The biggest trend is carmakers killing sedans and small cars in favor of SUVs and crossovers.
There’s no point in being nostalgic in the auto industry cars come and go with regularity.
Still, it’s always a bit sad when a vehicle says goodbye. The only solace is that nameplates have vanished for years, only to return in revised form.
In 2019, we’ll witness the effects of a major strategic shift in the US market, as consumers move away from sedans and embrace SUVs and crossovers. Hybrids could also be in trouble, as all-electric vehicles start to arrive. The Detroit Big Three General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles are already executing the shift.
Other types of rides are being updated in 2019, while some beloved high-performance machines are vanishing due to slow sales.
Here’s a quick roundup of some of the cars that are going away in 2019 (by no means exhaustive, and based mainly on cars I’ve driven):
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