Another European minivan bites the dust. The Seat Alhambra has been axed, but production of the Volkswagen Sharan will continue until end of 2020.
The BMW i8, which currently holds the title as the world’s best selling plug-in hybrid sports car, has been axed six years after going into production.
It’s been confirmed, America’s most popular minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan, will go out of production in the middle of 2020.
Hey Australia, thanks for those RWD Chevys, but now that the Commodore is dead, and noone’s interested in boring ass Equinoxes it’s time to say sayonara.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup truck has been axed. Sold in Europe, Asia and Latin Maerica, the Nissan Navara based truck never sold well.
The Fusion based sedan is headed for the same fate as its Ford sibling as production of the Lincoln MKZ is scheduled to end around the middle of 2020.
Production of the F34 BMW 3-Series GT has ended. The tall sorta sporty hatchback but not an SUV was never popular and won’t be replaced.
Blame SUVs, but the Holden Commodore and Astra are going away, and will be withdrawn from the Australian market by the end of 2020.
The last non-SUV in Buick’s US range will be axed after the 2020 model year because, well, everyone’s buying crossovers not sedans or wagons.
The one off Maserati GranTurismo Zeda has been created to celebrate the end of production of the current generation GranTurismo coupe.