Ford and General Motors dominate the list as they’re dropping sedans due to shifting consumer preferences.
The Fiesta, Focus, Fusion and Taurus are still on sale, but Ford’s dealers will have to sell the remaining units without help from advertising campaigns.
The average new car buyer holds onto their vehicle for about 7.4 years.
Japanese automaker Honda is making America great again.
Gently used cars offer a lot of bang for the buck especially if you shop for models with high depreciation.
Spotting an unmarked police cruiser could get a lot more difficult if Ford puts this patented technology into place.
U.S. buyers are flocking to SUVs and are ditching saloons and hatchbacks, so Ford has a point.
At the end of the day, it’s all about the money for Ford turning its attention almost exclusively to SUVs and trucks.
Expect everything besides SUVs to be phased out by the summer of 2019.
Ford’s only cars in North America will be the Mustang and Focus Active.
Ford could also drop the Fiesta and Taurus in the United States.
The Late Night host may be making fun of Ford;s old performance sedan, but he has kept it for a very long time.