Top 10 Cars We Said Goodbye to in 2014

It’s always exciting for automakers to introduce new cars to the market, but that also means that we have to bid farewell to antiquated models. Sometimes automakers replace aging cars with new ones while other times models get the axe due to poor sales. As we enter 2015, now is a great time to take a look at all the cars we said goodbye to in 2014.

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Dodge Avenger Replacement Could Be Rear-Wheel Drive

When an all-new Chrysler 200 debuted for 2015, the car’s Dodge counterpart was unceremoniously axed. Now a rumor suggests an exciting new Avenger, or a car to fill its place, could be on its way.

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Dodge Avenger Finally Dies

Dodge is discontinuing the Avenger, making way for the new Chrysler 200 to be the lone midsize sedan for the Chrysler group. 

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Dodge Charger, Challenger Getting Refresh for 2014

Dodge is going through a major makeover in the coming years, as it tries to rebuild its identity with moderately priced performance models.

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Chrysler Extending Life of Three Models

Chrysler will keep the current generation Jeep Wrangler in production until mid-2018 while extending production of the Dodge Avenger until 2015 and the Grand Caravan until late 2017.

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2015 Chrysler 200 Production Starting in Early 2014

The redesigned 2015 Chrysler 200 will begin production in early 2014 at the brands’ Sterling Heights assembly plant, the same location where a midsize sedan meant to replace the Dodge Avenger will be produced.

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Dodge Avenger, Chrysler 200 Recalled for Damaged Fuel Tank Control Valves

Chrysler is on the search for 16 vehicles sold last year in North America, from a batch of 1,934 2013 Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger models, for a safety recall.

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2013 Safest Cars in America List Released by IIHS; 13 Achieve 'Top Safety Pick Plus' Rating

After several announcements of various models that were awarded the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s “Top Safety Pick Plus” rating, the IIHS has released its full list of its safest cars for 2013.

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Dodge Sub-Compact to Launch in 2013

Dodge will be focusing on “affordable performance” in its 2013 and beyond lineup, with a subcompact hatchback heading to dealerships next year as a 2014 model year.

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Chrysler Considering Axing Dodge Avenger To Focus On 200

Rumors are brewing that Chrysler may be considering dropping their Dodge Avenger within three years in order to focus on the better-selling Chrysler 200 sedan – which is built on the same platform as the Avenger.

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Chrysler Announces New Recalls

Chrysler has said that it is recalling some 11,351 vehicles from the 2011 model year, including Chrysler 200s and Town & Country minivans, Dodge Avengers, Calibers, Journeys, Nitros and Grand Caravans, as well as Jeep Compass, Patriot and Wrangler models.

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2012 Dodge Avenger R/T Debuts

Dodge has released their 2012 Avenger R/T, a slightly hotter version of their mid-size Avenger sedan, with a stiffer chassis, R/T badging and a Pentastar V6 good for 283 horsepower.

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300-HP Dodge Avenger Rally Car Revealed to Announce Mopar and Magneti Marelli Partnership

Set to make its first public appearance at the New York International Auto Show later this month, Mopar has revealed its Dodge Avenger rally car showing off its new relationship with Italian aftermarket parts supplier Magneti Marelli.

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De Tomaso Returns With SLC Crossover

De Tomaso is back! But not with the Pantera, arguably the company’s most legendary model. No, the troubled Italian company, constantly flirting with bankruptcy and liquidation and angry customers, has introduced for Geneva the SLC, a Pininfarina-designed crossover in the mold of the BMW 5-Series GT.

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Dodge To Abandon Cross-Hair Front End, Go For New Look

Dodge‘s trademark cross-hair grille, the front end treatment that has been the hallmark of the brand’s styling for years, will become the sole domain of the Ram truck brand, as the Chrysler division moves toward a new look for future products.

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