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Top 10 Cars Waving 'Goodbye' in 2012

Posted Aug 22nd 2012 7:30PM


They say all good things must come to an end and for these unlucky cars (good or bad), 2012 marks the last year of production for a lengthy list of notable names. From poor or dwindling sales numbers to upcoming redesigns and replacement models, there are a number of good reasons many manufacturers decided it was time to send these 10 cars to the "big parking lot in the sky."

Although many of these choices might seem obvious (like the Jeep Liberty), there are still some surprises on the list including recent demise of Maybach, Chevrolet Avalanche and the slow-selling Lexus HS 250h hybrid. As we look forward to the new and exciting cars scheduled to debut in 2013, it's time to say au revoir and RIP to these 2012 autos, any last words?

Click here to find out the top 10 cars we won't see in 2013.

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Sorry to see the "Jeep Liberty" dissappear as I own one of the very first to come off the line, Still drives remakably "trouble free" with only 65, Thousand KM on the "odometer.
I am an 84 year old woman and love my 2002 Liberty, just right for me in Winter driving with 4 wheel drive.

August 25 2012 at 9:11 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Insurance Hunter

Most of these cars on the list are not surprising. When it comes to selling anything, if the sales are not doing well, then there is no sense in still producing them. And, if a manufacturer thinks that a remodel or replacement model will boost sales, then it may be a good idea to invest in other vehicles in their fleet.

August 23 2012 at 12:05 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply