Car Models that will be Discontinued in 2016

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There have been many concepts, ideas and models of cars released over the years. Some have had multi-decade runs of success, some are pulled after just a few months of poor sales. Every few years, certain vehicles are discontinued – based on sales, audience reaction and even safety concerns.

2014-M-CLASS-SUV-090-CCF-D Mercedes-Benz M-Class
This model is Mercedes midsize SUV category. They will still have a midsize line of SUVs but they will be listed as GLE-Class

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Honda Crosstour
This vehicle is a fastback/wagon combination with a sleek look, it just didn’t seem to get the sales it needed.

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Infiniti Q40
This vehicle is a compact luxury sedan, however, Infiniti has a larger Q50 model that has more room and power.

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Jaguar XK
This car was the larger sleeker model that followed the XKE, however, Jaguar has decided to go in a different direction with their new F-Type line.

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Land Rover LR2
This is Land Rover’s attempt at a compact, luxury SUV, however it didn’t seem to sell as well as some of their other models that were slightly larger.

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MINI Cooper Coupe and Roadster
These models were MINI Cooper’s attempt at changing up their look, however audiences just didn’t seem to like the looks or the limitation on seating.

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Nissan Xterra
This was one of Nissan’s successful vehicles for well over a decade. The SUV has the power and durability of a truck but it seems to have run its course with buyers.

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Scion IQ
This was an attempt at a flashy microcar. The concept was there, however, the general public wasn’t interested.

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Scion xB
This car has been around for twelve years, this year Scion has decided to release a new four-door hatchback, so this one is now obsolete.

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Toyota Venza
Toyota’s big problem is they designed too well, however, the design that sold was the Highlander SUV model, causing this one to be discontinued.

 

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