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Every Vehicle Not Returning To The US In 2021

There were a lot of vehicles that were axed last year, and almost 100% were sedans, coupes, convertibles, and hatchbacks. The rise of EVs, popularity of SUVs, crossovers and pickups and cost-cutting plans are forcing tons of models out of production. So, we made a list of the ones that are not coming next year. Some are crossovers, and we've got a minivan in there, too.


Acura RLX

Replacement: None


Alfa Romeo 4C Convertible

Replacement: Revived 8C (not confirmed)


Bentley Mulsanne

Replacement: Large SUV


BMW i8/i8 Convertible

Replacement: None


Cadillac CT6

Replacement: Cadillac Celestiq


Chevrolet Impala

Replacement: None


Chevrolet Sonic Sedan/Hatch

Replacement: None


Dodge Grand Caravan

Replacement: Chrysler Voyager


Dodge Journey

Replacement: None


Ford Fusion

Replacement: Lifted wagon


Honda Civic Coupe/Si

Replacement: 11th generation Civic


Honda Fit

Replacement: Revived CR-Z (not confirmed)


Hyundai Santa Fe XL

Replacement: Hyundai Palisade


Hyundai Accent

Replacements: None


Hyundai Veloster

Replacements: Hyundai Veloster N Line/N


Infiniti Q70/Q70L

Replacement: Infiniti Q80 (not confirmed)


Kia Optima

Replacement: Kia K5


Kia Soul EV

Replacement: Production Kia Imagine


Lexus GS/GS F

Replacement: None


Lincoln Continental

Replacement: None


Lincoln MKZ

Replacement: None


Maserati GranTurismo

Replacement: Next Generation 2022 GranTurismo


Mazda CX-5 Diesel

Replacement: None


Mercedes-Benz SLC/SLK

Replacement: 2022 Mercedes SL


Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe/Convertible

Replacement: 2022 Mercedes CLE


Nissan 370Z

Replacement: Nissan 400Z


Nissan Sentra Nismo

Replacement: None


Toyota Yaris Hatch/Sedan

Replacement: None


Volkswagen Golf (TSI, TSI SEL, 2-Door)

Replacement: 2022 VW Golf GTI/R


Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen/Alltrack

Replacements: None



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