These are the cars being discontinued for 2024 and beyond

While we get new and updated car models every year, its inevitable that we'll need to say goodbye to some nameplates as well. This time around, it feels like we have confirmation or reports of an unusually large number of vehicles being discontinued in 2024 and the coming years.

We shouldn't be surprised. A large number of automakers are approaching their various target dates for electrification of their fleets. As such, some beloved internal combustion cars are going away, sometimes with appropriate fanfare like special editions. Others are slinking away quietly, killed by slowing sales and changing consumer trends. Of course, the end of production doesn't necessarily mean permanent death. Some of these models could be resurrected in later years ... and probably as an EV.

With that in mind, here are the vehicles that are being discontinued in 2024 and beyond.


2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 100th anniversary
2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 100th anniversary
2024 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio 100th anniversary
2024 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio 100th anniversary

Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and Stelvio Quadrifoglio

Alfa Romeo ended the production of its combustion-only Quadrifoglio models in April 2024 as the Italian automaker moves toward an electrified future. This isn't the end of the Quadrifoglio entirely, though, with Larry Dominique, Alfa Romeo senior vice president and head of North America, writing, "I look forward to presenting the next chapter in the four-leaf clover’s journey."


Chevrolet Camaro

GM is ending production of the Chevy Camaro after 2024, but is sending it off in style with a Collector’s Edition. Wouldn’t it be cool, though, if Chevy brought it back as an EV?


Chevrolet Malibu

Rumors of its demise have been around for a while, but now it’s official. GM will end production of the Chevy Malibu in November of 2024. The assembly line in Kansas will be retooled to build the replacement for the Chevy Bolt.


Dodge Durango

The three-row Durango is slated to be replaced by the Stealth nameplate after 2024. The Durango name could make a comeback later, according to rumors, on a body-on frame SUV based on the Jeep Wagoneer’s platform.


Ford Edge

This is the last year for the Edge in the U.S., with the final unit rolling off the assembly line in April. On sale since 2007, the Edge topped 100,000 sales in all but three full years of production.


Ford Escape

Newly refreshed for the 2023 model year, Ford’s popular Escape compact SUV is reportedly taking its leave in 2025 in order to usher in — you guessed it — an EV in its place.


Genesis G70

According to a report, the Genesis G70 is being discontinued, with no successor in the works as the brand electrifies its entire lineup by 2025.


Jeep Cherokee

Yes, the long-lived Cherokee nameplate hits the trail. In fact, production already ended earlier this year. The larger Grand Cherokee sticks around, though.


2023 Jeep Renegade Upland
2023 Jeep Renegade Upland

Jeep Renegade

Another Jeep bites the dust. As Automotive News reported, and Jeep confirmed to Autoblog, this entry-level Jeep is following the Cherokee down that trail into the sunset. That will make the Compass the least expensive nameplate for the storied brand.


Kia Rio

One of the most affordable cars you can buy is getting the axe, per a report from Automotive News.


Maserati Ghibli

Maserati’s midsize sedan is on the chopping block for 2024, along with its Ferrari-sourced twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8. But, Maserati's Australian general manager Grant Barling told Drive, “The plan is for the Ghibli and Quattroporte to become one. So the Quattroporte will become a short-wheelbase [model] – Ghibli-sized, but called a Quattroporte.”


Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door

The Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door is slated to depart the scene in 2024 or 2025, according to a report from Car and Driver.


Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class Class Coupe and Cabriolet

While the coupe versions of the C- and E-Class have already stepped aside, making way for the CLE-Class, so too will the convertible versions.


Mini Clubman

Mini sent off the wagon-esque Clubman with a Final Edition, but unlike other Mini models, the British automaker says it won't be getting an electric replacement.


Mitsubishi Mirage

Mitsubishi is reportedly killing off its, and America’s, most affordable model in 2025, and hasn’t named a successor.


Nissan Titan

Nissan struggled to break into the full-size pickup market with the Titan and, unsurprisingly, the automaker announced it would end production in 2024.


Ram 1500 TRX

Ram is concluding production of the hefty TRX with a Final Edition. Ram will bring an off-road-capable 1500 RHO in 2025, but the automaker insists it's not a replacement for the more powerful TRX. Stay tuned.


Subaru Legacy

Model year 2025 will mark the final Subaru Legacy. The all-wheel-drive sedan was designed specifically for the American market and was built in Indiana. Over 1.3 million have been sold since 1989, spanning six generations. The hot-selling Subaru Outback, which is built on the same platform as the Legacy, will continue.

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