Sedan re­tire­ments, three and count­ing:

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Any­one look­ing to buy a 2017 Buick Ver­ano or Chrysler 200 sedan had bet­ter act quickly. Both four­door mod­els have qui­etly ended pro­duc­tion, al­though they will still be around for a bit longer, un­til sup­plies are ex­hausted. Pre­ced­ing their re­tire­ment is the Dodge Dart that failed to an­swer the bell for the 2017 model year, how­ever un­sold 2016 re­main­ders might still be avail­able on dealer lots. Along with this trio, The Spy Guy is hear­ing that there could be other sedans cir­cling the drain. The main rea­son for their ap­par­ent demise is a shift in buyer pref­er­ence to­ward util­ity ve­hi­cles, which are more ver­sa­tile in their pas­sen­ger and cargo ca­pa­bil­i­ties and, when equipped with all-wheeldrive, more ca­pa­ble in bad weather and over rough and slip­pery roads.


The Buick Ver­ano is an ex­cel­lent small sedan, but buy­ers are in­fat­u­ated with util­ity ve­hi­cles.

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