2019 to bid farewell to Ford, Chevrolet, and Nissan cars

The auto industry today has been changing at a rapid pace. Several automakers have been killing off their existing vehicle models in order to make way for the new and technologically updated ones. The buyer preferences today are way different when compared to the preferences seen a decade ago.

The majorly hit section of automobile swift is the ones that are economically illogical. These models are being replaced rapidly by crossovers and SUVs that tend to offer better space, fuel economy, and higher stance. According to the projections provided by the website Edmunds, every 1 in the 2 cars bought for the year 2019 shall either be a crossover or SUV.

The year 2019 is waving goodbye to the vehicles which include Ford Taurus, Ford Focus, Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Volt, Volkswagen Touareg, Volkswagen Beetle, Hyundai Azera, Honda CR-Z, Ford C-Max, Toyota Prius V, Nissan Juke, Cadillac CT6 and XTS, Cadillac ATS.

All these vehicles have either been discontinued or posed to be discontinued in the upcoming months. However, the discontinuation does not affect the already dispatched lot with authorized dealers. Customers willing to get their hands on their favorite but to be discontinued vehicle can get one at local authorized dealer till existing stocks last.

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