These Cars Won't Stick Around for 2022
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Although car sales, and particularly EV sales, have increased during the Coronavirus pandemic, microchip shortages still pose an issue. With demand being higher than the supply, the domino effect the shortage caused has made car buying increasingly difficult.
However, discontinued cars are usually cheaper because dealers are trying to make room for the stock that will replace them. Here are some discontinued cars that we won’t see after 2022, courtesy of Gear Patrol.
While both used and new car prices have been high, buying a discontinued car might be the best deal you can get right now.
The Volvo V90 will only be discontinued in the U.S.
Modern station wagons are a dying breed in the U.S., and the Volvo V90 will be joining them.
The V90 has nearly 34 cubic feet of cargo with every seat upright, with total storage exceeding 59 cubic feet. Seating is only available for four, but everyone has more than enough space to get comfy.
Even with its wide-body, it’s easy to park with its big windows and an optional 360-degree camera. It’s also surprisingly quick and fun to drive, especially with the supercharged engine. Despite all the V90’s style and utility, its XC90 sibling far outpaces it in terms of popularity.
The Mazda CX-3’s compact dimensions make it easy to park and its engine is far peppier than others listed here. You can also get every available feature and still pay little more than $23,000 for a new model.
Despite this, this SUV isn’t a favorite among consumers because of its tiny cargo hold and almost unusable rear seat.
Its CX-30 sibling is only slightly bigger, but it makes better use of its backseat and cargo area. The CX-30 can also be had with a more powerful turbo engine that produces 227 horsepower.
With this better option available, there’s little reason to keep the CX-3 in Mazda’s lineup, regardless of safety features.
Why is the 2021 Toyota Avalon getting discontinued?
The Avalon has always been overshadowed by the Toyota Camry, which is likely one of the reasons it has been discontinued.
However, the Toyota Avalon is just as reliable and is actually bigger than its sibling. It has one of the most upscale interiors of the segment, with standard heated seats and plenty of nice technology.
The Avalon has two great engines and feels like a luxury cruiser on any type of pavement. Like the Camry, this large sedan can also be equipped with AWD for the 2021 model year. However, it’s slightly overpriced compared to its rivals.
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