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End Of The Road: 35 Iconic Cars Set To Disappear In 2020

Cameron Eittreim September 23, 2019

Sante Fe
via: Hyundai

2: Hyundai Santa Fe XL

Even Hyundai is not immune to changes in the automotive industry, and the company has discontinued the Santa Fe XL. The reason for this is probably so that the car doesn’t coincide with the launch of the Palisade and the Kia Telluride. The three-row design of the Santa Fe XL would have confused potential shoppers. The Sante Fe itself is one of the original crossover vehicles on the market and has experienced a long run.

Santa Fe
via: Hyundai

There were some interesting features about the Hyundai Santa Fe XL, but it never managed to gain much traction with shoppers. The car has always been a solid seller for Hyundai, but not the breakout success that the company wanted. If you want a three-row crossover for a great deal, the Hyundai Santa Fe XL might be worth looking into.

Volkswagen E-Golf
via: VW

1: VW E-Golf

It would appear that all automakers have tried to jump on the electric car bandwagon, but few have had success. Tesla pretty much rules the roost as an electric car maker, and VW was trying to get into the fray with the E-Golf. There is a lot to like about the E-Golf but the car just hasn’t gained the traction the company would have liked. Volkswagen is working on a new batch of electric vehicles intending to eventually become an all-electric automaker.

VW E-Golf
via: VW

The VW E-Golf is a relatively well-designed car, but in the scheme of things the car just isn’t well developed. The electric car market is brand new and the E-Golf doesn’t stand out enough to grab a decent share of the market. It will be interesting to see what new electric cars VW will be introducing in the place of the E-Golf.

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