The End of the Road
Building cars is a tough game. There’s no consolation prize for models that don’t carry their weight in sales. Consequently, production for dozens of vehicles ends each year — and this year that includes storied nameplates such as the Toyota Land Cruiser and Volkswagen Golf. As models come and go — and sometimes return — savvy shoppers may be able to take advantage of the situation. In some cases, dealers are offering incentives to liquidate the remaining stock of retired vehicles. Here’s a rundown of the cars you won’t be seeing on lots in the coming year.
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