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    The SUVs are claiming another victim, this time it's the Malibu, which reportedly will be discontinued after the 2023 model year. GM Authority reports that the Malibu "will likely be dropped" from the model line-up. Although GM had planned to update the car in 2023 and continue production until...
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    Unlike Ford, which plans to put its sole remaining four-door passenger car underground by 2021, General Motors' Chevrolet division is not quite ready to kiss the sedan goodbye. While the automaker did cull its compact Chevrolet Cruze earlier this year (sparking a wail of grief from a certain...
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    We'd love to create our own reality, but it's not achievable. Not while other people exist. I'd prefer a vehicular landscape populated with vinyl-topped sedans and formal personal luxury coupes and regular cab pickups, but alas, the personal buying choices of millions of consumers have stymied...
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    Flat new vehicle sales and an industry that's far more interested in making crossover lovers' dreams come true add up to a poor environment for a traditional new car buyer. We've already told you how high demand for a shrinking supply of off-lease sedans and hatchbacks has sent used car prices...
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    It's a common refrain from the automotive industry. Sedans are dying, crossovers are the new hotness. It's to the point where Ford is pulling out of the passenger car market altogether. But where Ford and other brands are pulling out, GM sees an opportunity, according to a report from...
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    Cadillac is getting its ducks in a row, calling dibs on a number names it may someday seek to use. These include the names CT2 through CT8, and XT2 through XT8. All trademarks were filed on August and the volume of names suggest, while Cadillac may hope to use the names, it won't necessarily...
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    It's gotten to the point where those seen buying a traditional sedan or hatchback are viewed as being unlikely candidates for procreation. After all, you can't raise a kid in the absence of a vehicle belonging to a segment where "rows" matters more than horsepower or fuel economy. I blame Lee...
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    That "someone else" might be a Chinese buyer. At least, that's what former Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen implied in March, shortly before packing his bags and hitting the road. The premium sedan market stands to grow along with the rest of that country's appetite for high-zoot models, he...
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