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7 discontinued cars that aren't dead yet

Autoblog Logo By Joel Stocksdale of Autoblog | Slide 1 of 8: <p>Car models come and go, but as revealed by monthly sales data, once a car is discontinued, it doesn't disappear instantly. And in the case of some models, vanishing into obscurity can be a slow, tedious process.</p><p>That's the case with the seven cars we have here. All of them have been discontinued, but car companies keep racking up "new" sales with them. There are actually quite a few cars discontinued, but we decided to focus only on models with the fewest sales this month, hopefully indicating they will be at rest soon. But we've only included cars that have sold at least one unit this month.</p>

Like zombies, these dead cars still sell among the living

Car models come and go, but as revealed by monthly sales data, once a car is discontinued, it doesn't disappear instantly. And in the case of some models, vanishing into obscurity can be a slow, tedious process.

That's the case with the seven cars we have here. All of them have been discontinued, but car companies keep racking up "new" sales with them. There are actually quite a few cars discontinued, but we decided to focus only on models with the fewest sales this month, hopefully indicating they will be at rest soon. But we've only included cars that have sold at least one unit this month.

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