8 Cool Cars That Didn t Deserve To Be Discontinued

Toyota MR2

With the reduction in demand for tiny sports cars, Toyota decided to discontinue the MR2. The market for compact sports cars like the MR2 shrank as consumer tastes evolved in favor of other automobile models

Chevrolet El Camino

Even while it may not be considered an iconic vehicle by everyone, the Chevrolet El Camino is recognizable everywhere it goes.

Toyota Celica

Once regarded as an inexpensive and enjoyable sports coupe, the Toyota Celica's triumph in rally racing elevated it to the rank of a true icon.

Volvo P1800

1973 marked the end of Volvo P1800 series production. Its termination was caused by a number of circumstances, including as the increasing significance of vehicle standards laws and emissions restrictions.

Honda S2000

The S2000 was canceled mid-model year due to flagging sales brought on by the economic downturn and automotive industry crisis of 2008.

Saab 900 Turbo

The original Saab 900 Turbo ended its run in 1993. The second-generation 1994 Saab 900 reflected General Motors influence and styling choices, which veered from loyalists preference for the Saab s unique identity.

Mercury Cougar

Ford reorganized its model lineup in 2002, ending production of a number of cars, including the Mercury Cougar. This wider change to the model line included the decision to terminate the Cougar.

Jaguar XJ220

A supercar with unrivaled performance promised is the Jaguar XJ220. Unfortunately, it met an early demise due to poor sales and a lackluster response from the media.