Most Popular Discontinued Cars

March 1st, 2024 by

Most Popular Discontinued Cars

You’ll see cars on the road as you drive around HoumaGretna, and St. Rose that aren’t still in production. Some of them may have been in their final production just a couple of years ago while others may not have been built in the past decade. Take a look at some of the most popular discontinued models that you can look for with Premier Clearance Center Metairie.

Toyota Avalon

The Toyota Avalon was last produced in 2022, a sedan that offered affordable luxury. This full-size model had plenty of room for passengers with a large trunk for all their stuff. It also has a starting price under $30K, which means an even lower price when buying used.

Hyundai Accent

If you like compact sedans, you might want to check out the Accent. This model is more of a subcompact car with outstanding fuel efficiency that didn’t sacrifice performance. The final year for this model was 2022.

Mazda 6

Mazda is known as an affordable luxury brand with the Mazda 6 as one of the top sedans in the lineup. This midsize model was both a practical ride and fun to drive. This model was last produced in 2021, offering up to 30 mpg.

Ford Fiesta

Bold design and vibrant colors made this subcompact car stand out from the crowd. However, Ford’s focus turned to SUVs and trucks with less room for the car market. The Fiesta offers some impressive tech for 2019, its final year.

Volkswagen Beetle

An icon in the car market, the VW Beetle has had a long life, starting in 1938. The final production year was in 2019. This unique subcompact car was known for its fuel efficiency and fun to drive attitude. Newer models were loaded with technology for fun and performance.

Dodge Viper

Dodge is known for its iconic cars with the Charger, but it isn’t the first. The Viper has been around for a few decades with the last model year in 2010. A special 2013 edition was built, which continued until 2017. This supercar offered unparalleled performance with a pretty steep price tag, which may be more affordable as a used model.

Ford Focus

Another Ford car was taken off the market with the move to SUVs. This model was once a best-seller before production ended in 2018. The Focus was known to be fun to drive, modern style, and offered plenty of tech.

Chrysler Town & Country

Though Chrysler is still known for its minivans, this model was a trailblazer. Buyers enjoy plenty of cargo area loaded with features. It hinted at luxury in 1990 and continued until 2016 with many of the models affordable today.

Chevy Volt

One of the earlier electric models, Chevy’s Volt was a subcompact car with a decent 53-mile range in all-electric mode. You can get a used model from 2019 for less than $35K, allowing you to break into the world of electric for your first model.

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