Discontinued Cars in 2021 Run Gamut from Good to Grim
In the car world, as in human life, two things are inevitable — death and taxes. You are certainly aware of all the taxes you pay on your car. From the sales tax due as you drive it off the lot to the gasoline taxes and road use taxes you pay as you drive, they are always cropping up. Death isn't quite as apparent, because most people's cars don't die so much as they fade away like General MacArthur's old soldier, but car models die just like people do. And their life expectancy is much lower than the average person's.
The Chevrolet Suburban has been running strong for 85 years now, but most models have enjoyed much shorter lifespans because at some point, when the market turns against them, they are forced to breathe their last. Some die only to be reborn, like the Ford Bronco, and some go to their grave with no hope of resurrection.
What follows is a list of discontinued cars in 2021, models that are meeting their ends – for now.