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The shortest-lived cars in America

The Chevrolet SSR ticked a highly unusual selection of boxes. It was sporty, it wore a retro-inspired design, it was a pickup truck and it was a convertible. 

Chevrolet SSR (2003)

Saturn introduced the Sky in 2006 as a 2007 model. It was a driver-focused, two-seater convertible closely related to the Pontiac Solstice and the Opel GT sold in America.

Saturn Sky (2007)

The SUV trend that did for the Avalon also meant a premature end to the Avalon full-sized sedan. Comfortable but with a poky V6, the model had much to commend.

Toyota Avalon (2018)

The Insight nameplate was first used on an innovative hybrid sub-compact that first appeared in 1999, but by 2018 it was being used on this compact hatchback.

Honda Insight

America has not been a happy hunting ground for Jaguar in recent years,the fate of the XF wagon, which arrived for the 2018 model year and departed at the 2020 mark.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake (2017)

Personal cars were all the rage in the 1970s but they were all universally large and thirsty at a time when gas prices were on the rise and economy regulations. 

Dodge Mirada (1980

Chrysler introduced what it claimed was its first sports car in 1984 in the shape of the Laser, a tony  sister to the Dodge Daytona, launched a few months earlier.

Chrysler Laser (1983)