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Some 2014 Models Riding Off Into the Sunset

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On: Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 5:25PM | By: Karen Cook

Some 2014 Models Riding Off Into the Sunset

Even though we are only halfway through the year, car makers are already eager to show us what we’ll be seeing in showrooms for 2015. However, here’s a bunch of vehicles you won’t be seeing anymore

Acura will no longer be making the TL or the TSX. The TL was initially attractive for its midsize space with a compact sedan price tag. The TSX just couldn’t keep up with the changing needs of current drivers. Acura has decided to combine the two models into the 2015 TLX.

Chrysler is dropping the 200 Convertible which will see the last lower-priced convertible on the market. They have no plans to replace it with a new one.

The Dodge Avenger is breathing its last this year to be replaced next year as Fiat-Chrysler’s midsize sedan.

The Ford E-Series has been around for years and is the go-to vehicle for electricians and the like. Unfortunately it hasn’t been updated in a long time and other more modern and efficient competitors are being made. Ford will replace it with the all new Transit Van.

The Honda Insight was unique when it hit dealerships, being the first hybrid for sale in the United States. Honda has chosen to keep the Civic Hybrid which is about the same price and do away with the Insight due to low demand and sales.

Say good-bye to the Toyota FJ Cruiser. This old-fashioned SUV is not being replaced due to buyers shifting their preference to the popular car-based crossovers.

Of course, if any of these were your favorite, they will still be available until new car stock runs out, and then as pre-owned vehicles with a lower price tag.


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