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Death List 2014: The Cars You Won't See Next Year Page 2

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On The Bubble

There's no death certificate yet on these vehicles, but let's just say they're probably not planning much beyond 2014.

Mercedes-Benz CL-Class: Mercedes is promising six new models based on the 2014 S-Class. Who's betting the CL goes away in favor of an S-Class Coupe?

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: Mitsubishi's already said the Evo will die; at this point, it's up to them to pull the plug.

Nissan Cube: Very slow sales of the quirky hatchback--when Kia can't keep enough Souls on hand--doesn't paint a bright picture for the Cube.

Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet: Charitably put, all the people who wanted an all-wheel-drive, two-door cabriolet have probably already purchased their Murano CrossCab.

Scion xD: It's overdue for a replacement, and the xD doesn't do much more than the also slow-selling iQ.

Subaru Tribeca: Subaru says it's interested in building a better seven-seat crossover; a roomier Tribeca replacement will probably benefit from some Toyota partnership.

Toyota FJ Cruiser and Toyota 4Runner: They're "new" for 2014, but the very slight modifications on these truck-based utes seems dim.

Toyota Matrix: With the Vibe gone to pasture, will the slow-selling Matrix be far behind?


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Comments (3)
  1. The Murano CrossCabriolet lives for MY2014:

    http://www.nissanusa.com/crossovers/murano-crosscabriolet?next=header.vehicles.postcard.vlp.image
     
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  2. I cannot agree with your comments on the Acura ZDX, I had the 2012, but I'm single and have rarely any passengers, so headroom in the rear was never my concern. It was supposed to be a competitor to the rare BMW X6 and is very similar in its features except at about 3/4 of its price. But it has a rough ride just like the MDX, but I found the X6 just as rough and no comparison to other BMWs and is much tighter inside; I'm 6'3" and about 300 lbs and felt totally uncomfortable in the X6 compared to my ZDX. However, I found the ZDX sluggish while driving, not peppy at all and felt way too heavy. Of course the MB CLS coupelike sedan is much closer to the road and I found sitting on the road at a much steeper pricetag and not one bit more headr
     
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  3. people that bought these also bought a Edsel!!.. Still can't unload it!!..
     
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