I don't think they count body styles. They also called the Cruze a subcompact, which it's definitely not.They forgot quite a few..
Aston Martin Vanquish (replaced by DBS)
Audi A3 Cabriolet
BMW 3 Wagon
Cadillac CT6 (same as regal- there is an early 2020 model, then dead)
Hyundai Santa Fe XL (replaced by Palisade)
Nissan Versa Note (killed by Kicks)
Nissan 370Z Roadster
Sorry Bolt is still alive- it was the Volt!
That makes a ton of sense actually since most of those were just variations. They did forget these though..I don't think they count body styles. They also called the Cruze a subcompact, which it's definitely not.
I thought the Fusion was dead too?
Stupid SUV's. No style and poor handling (compared to sedans).:thumbdown:
Managed to get in a factory ordered 2019 Sportwagen before the deadline.
I'd argue it's a shame to lose any hatchback when it's replacement is some form of crossover; so I'm sad to see the Regal and TT go and to a lesser extent the Volt which is a very good car as well as the Golf variants.The Sportwagen and Alltrack give me a sad.
I don't care about the rest.
What are you averaging for mileage? I really like the TourX except that I wouldn’t be able to two my camper with it.I seriously considered buying and road tested three of the vehicles on this list; Taurus SHO, Golf Alltrack, and TourX.
I bought a TourX with every option except a sunroof. I'm very pleased with my purchase.