The fleet of vehicles being discontinued in 2022 includes a number of passenger cars such as the Chevrolet Spark, the Toyota Avalon and the Honda Insight, as Americans continue to flock to SUVs. .
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The Encore subcompact was introduced in the 2013 model year with the hopes of attracting younger buyers. Sales of the Encore in the January-through-September period fell nearly 42% in 2022 compared with the same stretch in 2021, according to General Motors.
Honda this year announced its Indiana plant would end production of the Insight hybrid sedan in June, as the company focuses on its hybrid core models.
"Honda is going to launch its Civic Hybrid and that would be in competition with the Insight," Kaufman said
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The Avalon "is being replaced by the Crown, which is an upcoming vehicle that is a bit of an odd duck," Kaufman said. The 2023 Crown "kind of splits the difference between a sedan and an SUV."
Volkswagen showrooms in 2023 after a limited-edition 2022 model year run