10 cars that will be discontinued after 2015
- December 8th, 2014
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With the constant updates in technology and consumer trends, the automotive world has to constantly evolve in order to keep up. Because of this constant change, we begin to see different models come and go over the years. To help keep up with who’s getting the axe, here’s a list of 10 vehicles that won’t be on the showroom floor after 2015.
1. Chevrolet SS
Only 2,166 units have been sold as of October 2014.
2. Dodge Grand Caravan
Now that Fiat’s running the show, the Town & Country will be Chrysler’s only minivan.
3. Acura TL
The all-new Acura TLX, which has better drivetrain options, will replace the TL.
4. Cadillac CTS-V Wagon
Because of the lack of interest in the CTS-V Wagon, there are no further plans new-generation model.
5. Toyota FJ Cruiser
Production of the FJ has already ceased, but some new stock should still be around for 2015.
6. Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet
Any leftover CrossCabriolet stock should be gone by Christmas.
7. Jaguar XK
After huge success with their new F-Type, Jaguar decided they will eliminate the XK following the 2015 model year.
8. Nissan Cube
Averaging only around 200 units each month, Nissan has finally decided to put this little Cube out of its misery.
9. Honda Fit EV
After the 2015 model year, Honda plans to cease production of the Fit EV to figure out if they’ll need to go in a different direction.
10. Dodge Durango
Regardless of its latest redesign, the 2015 model year will be the last we’ll see of the Dodge Durango. Rumors speculate that the Durango might switch over into Jeep’s lineup.