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    Cars that are dead here, in the 2021 model year


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    Some of those won't be missed, but the Honda coupe was a surprise.

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    Sad. Soon there won’t be any ‘cars’ left, just monster trucks. Look for great deals on two-seater coupes.
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    I’m really surprise, there is such a abundance crossovers, and SUVs on the market. Why some of the auto manufacturers, haven’t it dropped some of their poor selling ones.

    Kia and Chevy offer 7 each crossovers and SUVs. Ford has 8 models to choose from. Toyota in its lineup, covers 10 of them. Jeep which all about that class. Has 6 vehicles. Hyundai with 7. The auto market is Completely saturated with this type of vehicle.

    Ford will be introducing the Mustang E, small crossover. The best of both world.

    They all can’t be selling that well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    I really surprise, there is such a abundance crossovers, and SUVs on the market. Why some of the auto manufacturers, haven’t it dropped some of their poor selling ones.

    Kia and Chevy offer 7 each crossovers and SUVs. Ford has 8 models to choose from. Toyota in its lineup, covers 10 of them. Jeep which all about that class. Has 6 vehicles. Hyundai with 7. The auto market is Completely saturated with this type of vehicle.

    Ford will be introducing the Mustang E, small crossover. The best of both world.

    They all can’t be selling that well.
    Our other car besides the Abarth is a KIA Niro Hybrid. It only sits a couple of inches higher than the Abarth does, and that’s as big a ‘car’ we need. I had the original, small, GMC Jimmy 4x4 when I was 20-something, and it was no fun to drive at all. I’d have a 4x4 if we lived in a snow zone, but otherwise, I want an auto that’s fun to drive. At least the Niro is low enough to the ground it gives you some connection.
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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