These are the vehicles that have been discontinued after the 2018 model year. If you want one of these cars, you'd better act fast.
Slightly better fuel figures weren't enough to draw customers in.
After a decade of production, Toyota is finally pulling the plug on the FJ Cruiser – a rough-and-tumble (and uniquely stylish) off-roader in a sea of mild-mannered crossovers.
Honda has cancelled both the CR-Z and the Civic Hybridx Australia (and the CR-Z in Europe), but the car is not yet dead in the US.
Every year in the fast-paced automotive industry brings new models, but it also spells the end for some that have been less successful. This year will be no exception.
D'oh! General Motors will discontinue the 2014 model-year Chevrolet Malibu Eco hybrid because of the improved fuel efficiency of the Chevy Malibu's new four-cylinder engine, Fox News says. The culprit, if you want to call it that, is the new stop-start system that shuts down the four-banger when the car is not moving. The result is
2010 Toyota Matrix – Click above for high-res image gallery
When Hyundai dealers complained about not having a minivan in 2006, the automaker reached into the corporate pool and re-badged the Kia Sedona, turning into the Entourage. The timing was poor, as minivan sales plummeted across the board. Last year, sales were down 50% on the Entourage to just 8,400 units (Kia sol
click above image for high-res pics of the 2007 MazdaSpeed6
While you may be able to successfully argue that station wagons have made a comeback thanks to such hipster sleds as the Dodge Magnum and SUV-inspired Outbacks from Subaru, the love hasn't spread to the Ford Focus Wagon, which has always been the black sheep of the Focus lineup holding down around 8% of the small car's sales. Thus, Ford announced on its fleet website that it will be discontinuing the Focus Wagon in December. While Ford is actually increasing Focus production as a whole to meet t