These 8 cars are discontinued for 2023

Unfortunately, cars come and go. According to Forbes, “The auto industry traditionally celebrates each new model year in early fall, as shipments of shiny new models begin to reach dealerships. Although the industry’s ongoing supply and demand issues may limit a given dealership’s remaining inventory at the end of the 2022 model year, savvy consumers should still be able to get great deals on vehicles that are discontinued.

This year we will say goodbye to various sedans and SUVs. If any of the models on this list catch your eye, you’ll want to act fast and get it before it’s gone for good. Now let’s see which eight vehicles are discontinued for 2023.

1. The Acura ILX

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Surprisingly, the compact Acura ILX will no longer be in production, according to Forbes. Although not listed as a replacement, it looks like the 2023 Acura Integra will be the new entry-level model in the lineup. It’s a little sportier and debuted in 1986, so hopefully it’ll be around for a while.

2. The Acura NSX

We won’t see a two-seat 2023 Acura NSX either. No replacement is planned for this model either, but it’s not the first time it’s been discontinued. It originally ran between 1991 and 2005 and was brought back in 2017 as a hybrid vehicle.

3. The Buick Encore

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If you’re a fan of the Buick Encore subcompact, it won’t be returning to the United States next year, according to Car and Driver. That’s not a huge shock as sales have gone down since the Encore GX hit the scene. Rumor has it that the Chevy Trax (its close relative) could also be discontinued or replaced with a new model in about a year.

4. Chevrolet Spark

We’ll also say goodbye to the Chevy Spark hatchback sub-subcompact. Although it was one of the cheapest cars you could buy, it was also one of the least powerful. It only produced 98 horsepower and came standard with roll-up windows.

5. The Ford EcoSport

Making its US debut for the 2018 model year, the Ford EcoSport will also end production this model year. Again, there was a significant drop in sales. In all honesty, it seems like drivers are losing interest in SUVs and subcompact cars.

6. The Honda Insight

The Honda Insight, classified as a hybrid-powered compact sedan, will be dropped from the list at the end of the 2022 model year. It was initially a two-door hybrid that sold between 1999 and 2006. Then it returned to the scene as a petrol/electric four-door hatchback between 2010 and 2014.

7. The Hyundai Accent

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Subcompact cars are on their way, and there’s no hope for the Hyundai Accent, according to Car and Driver. Hyundai thinks its small crossover SUV, the Venue, will be a good alternative for drivers looking for a smaller vehicle.

8. The Hyundai Ioniq

The all-electric Hyundai Ioniq has already been discontinued for the 2022 model year. Now hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions will disappear in 2023. The new Ioniq 5 compact crossover electric SUV will take its place and is already available for sale.

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