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Volkswagen Discontinuing Beetle in 2019

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. will offer its last Beetle as a more limited-run 2019 model called the Beetle Final Edition, and will cease production of the vehicle in July at its assembly plant in Puebla, Mexico.

Values of Discontinued Vehicles Can Surge at Auction

As an example of this analysis, Black Book data shows that the Toyota FJ Cruiser, whose last model-year was 2014, has actually gone up in value by 25.7% compared to other vehicles that were listed in its segment.

Nissan Replaces Juke with Kicks

Nissan discontinued its quirky Juke entry-level crossover after the 2017 model year, and is replacing the vehicle with its 2018 Kicks. Nissan dealers are continuing to sell remaining Juke models, the company has confirmed on its website.

Cadillac Sheds ATS on Path to Sedan Trio

Cadillac will discontinue its ATS entry-luxury sedan after the 2018 model year, as it moves to rework its sedan lineup to offer three cars, according to a spokesman.

Ford, GM Discontinuing Cars: WSJ Report

General Motors will end production of its Chevrolet Sonic subcompact car and Ford Motor Co. plans to discontinue its Fiesta subcompact car and Taurus midsize sedan, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.

These Vehicles Have Been Discontinued for 2018

Vehicle manufacturers are adding a slew of new utility vehicles to their lineups for the 2018 model year, and ceasing production of some of their cars as fleet and retail buyers shift their tastes toward SUVs of all stripes.

Ford Discontinues C-Max Hybrid, Plug-in Cars

Ford is phasing out its hybrid and plug-in hybrid C-Max models, and will focus on a new generation of electrified vehicles that will be developed by its internal Team Edison, the company has confirmed.

Tesla Discontinues Base Model S

Tesla will discontinue its entry-level Model S 60 and all-wheel 60D sedans that carry a $68,000 price point, and will sell the 75 and 75D sedans that retail for at least $74,500 as the entry models, the company announced in a letter to owners.