3 Comfortable Cars Getting Discontinued By 2024
There are three capable, and in some cases, big lovable people heading to the chopping block before 2024. That’s right; The Chrysler 300 is headed for extinction after the 2023 model year. However, these large and comfortable cars weren’t stopped alone; The Toyota Avalon 2022 will be the last Avalon to prevent its relaunch as an electric vehicle (EV). Here’s more about these outgoing gold standards in spacious, affordable comfort.
Is the big and comfortable Chrysler 300 a discontinued car?
it’s the truth; Stellantis, Chrysler’s parent company, discontinued production of the Chrysler 300 after 18 years. However, the 300 does not go quietly at night. Instead, Chrysler announced a special, limited edition 6.4-liter HEMI V8 with 485 horsepower. Looks good, doesn’t it?
V8s that will produce 797 horsepower is a raging inferno.
However, just like the Chrysler 300C Special Edition, the crazy guys at Dodge had to send the Charger (and Challenger) in with some pantomime. Enter the models, seven special editions limited to 1,000 units per piece. Still, there are plenty of shaded bruises with a black surface to be found on the used car market.
Does Toyota make Avalon 2023?
The Toyota Avalon is a simple example of a comfortable, affordable luxury car that offers plenty but not enough to survive the onslaught of SUVs, crossovers and electric cars. As a result, Toyota will not make the 2023 Avalon. However, for 2022, Toyota is offering the Avalon with optional all-wheel drive, just like the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger. Unlike the Americans, the Avalon offers a reasonable hybrid system with a combined fuel economy rating of 43 mpg.
On top of that, the Avalon offers comfort above its price tag and is able to compete with its upper-class sibling, the Lexus. However, with the US market focused on trucks, SUVs and crossovers, Toyota saw fit to remove its large Swiss Army sedan from the lineup.
Should you consider one of the latest versions of these comfortable big cars?
While these three doomed vehicles are “big cars,” they are very different. The Chrysler 300 offers spacious, simple comfort without the efficiency-focused technology of a turbocharger or a hybrid. As a result, the outgoing Avalon is the perfect fit if you’re looking for a tech-packed sedan with a library of options.
However, there is only one reason to choose the Dodge Charger. Quite simply, it may be the smartest and most superior sedan of the modern era. It’s sad to see the unwieldy, smiley Dodge Charger and its big-engined V8s out on the pasture. Scroll down to the next article to read more about the Dodge Charger, Toyota Avalon, and other comfort cars.