Every year vehicles come and go, depending on the current consumer trends. Some vehicles stick around for several years with a few minor changes, while the others are discontinued immediately after their popularity drops down. Some are desired for their powerful engine and excellent horsepower or are seen by car enthusiasts as classic because of their body style.
The majority of the automobiles were popular when launched. However, time moves on, and so do the car creators to create better features and newer designs. So here’s a comprehensive look at the cars, SUVs, and trucks that will be discontinued by the end of the year.
The Chevrolet Impala is one of the most popular cars in the United States. It has long been known for offering a balanced and soft ride, abundant cargo and passenger space, and an excellent predicted reliability rating. This impeccable car made its first appearance in 1958 as a top trim for Bel-Air and has been prominently featured in pop culture.
Recently, General Motors announced that it would completely discontinue the production of Impala in 2020. In the final year of production, the Chevrolet Impala will see an increase in price, approximately up to $3,600. Even after discontinuation, Chevrolet will continue to sell the repair parts of the vehicle to meet the requirements of the customers.