Car models come and go, but according to monthly sales data revealed, once a car is discontinued, it doesn’t just disappear instantly. And in the case of some models, disappearing from obscurity can be a slow and tedious process.
That is the case with the 12 cars we have here. All of them have been discontinued, but car companies continue to increase sales of “new” with them.
In fact, there are more discontinued vehicles still registering new sales than we’ve decided to include here. We keep this list for the oldest or most exciting vehicles that are still being sold like new, including supercars. We’ll run the list in alphabetical order, starting with *drum roll* …
BMW 6 Series: total sales of 55 units
BMW quietly removed the 6 Series from the US market in the 2019 model year. It was available in three configurations, a hardtop coupe, a convertible, and one shaped like a stylish four-door coupe. pretty.
Total sales of BMW i8: 18
We always have a soft spot for BMW i8, despite the fact that it never quite fits a particular category. It’s very sporty, but not as fast as similarly priced competitors. It looks very high-tech and boasts a unique carbon-fiber chassis design and plug-in hybrid powertrain, but isn’t really designed for maximum performance or maximum performance. However, insiders are also adept at viewing and driving, and 18 buyers have taken over a home over the course of 2021.
Chevy Impala: total sales 750 yen
The Impala represents classic American tastes at a time when American tastes are shifting from smooth sedans with large interior and trunk space to more powerful crossovers. A total of 750 squid sales were made last year.
Chrysler 200 total sales: 15
The Chrysler 200 yen It’s actually a pretty nice sedan, with good looks and good driving dynamics but it lacks comfort, especially in the backseat. Of course, as we talked about Chevy Impala, the number of Americans entering the sedan market is rapidly declining, and other automakers are following Chrysler’s lead in canceling their slow-selling four-door model.
Even if Chrysler never really found its footing in the extremely competitive midsize sedan segment, it’s clear that dealers still have a few 2017 200s left. And for some reason, 15 buyers decided to sign off on the termination line to get one of these aging sedans home last year. Interestingly, Chrysler sold 9 200s during the 2020 sales year, so sales actually increased in 2021 for a sedan that ended production in 2017.
Chrysler Town & Country: 4 . total sales
It’s not clear to us how Chrysler dealers managed to record four Town & Country pickup truck sales last year, but here we are. Chrysler pulled the plug on its long-running pickup truck in 2016 when it was replaced with a sleek Pacifica. We hope those buyers get a really solid deal.
Dodge Dart: total sales 10
Dodge discontinues compact production Darts back in 2016, just three years after its debut. The automaker cannot compete with segment leaders like Honda Civic or sales scammers are Toyota Corolla. Despite the fact that it’s been dead for a few years, Dodge still sells 10 units Darts in 2021. A year ago, Dodge managed to move seven of them, so again, that’s the improvement!
Dodge Viper: total sales of 4 units
It’s exciting to think that these buyers have the option of driving home in an all-new mid-engine Escort ship, but chose to go in a completely different direction. Something tells us they won’t be disappointed with the 640hp naturally aspirated V10, even if it’s mounted in front of the driver instead of the sports car’s proper placement behind the passenger compartment. .
Total Fiat 500 Sales: 51
Fiat has yet to completely withdraw from the US market, but it is closed. A quick look at the Fiat USA website shows only one vehicle, 500X intersection. Gone are the original 500, pumped up 500L and 124 spiders. Let’s all hope last year’s 51 500 buyers picked up the Abarth models.
Infiniti QX30: Total selling price 1
The Infiniti QX30, a design and construction collaboration with Mercedes-Benz, ended production after the 2019 model year. However, a single small crossover went on sale to new buyers in 2021. Choice strange; We hope they have a good deal.
Jeep Patriot: total sales of 16 units
Jeep stopped working Patriot in 2017 when it introduced the latest version of Limit intersection. Despite the fact that it is 3 years old, there are still a number of Patriots showing up in Jeep dealerships across the US. In total, Jeep sold 16 Patriots in 2021, which is 13 more than it sold in 2020.
Nissan 370Z: total sales of 36 units
Nissan deported 370Z Roadster after the 2019 model year, with a Z replacement due in 2023 with a 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6. This early year, Nissan confirmed in a statement for Automatic log that there are still a few 370Zs sitting on dealership shipments in 2021, for a total of 36 vehicles sold.
Toyota FJ Cruiser: Total 1 sale
And now we come to the last and oldest new sale made by any automaker throughout 2021. Somehow, somehow, a single Toyota dealer organized Cruiser FJ, a model that ended production in 2014 and sold it to a new buyer in 2021. To them we say: Congratulations. You bought the oldest new car in America (that we know of), and it’s a great one. Interesting.