Sedan sales have been declining for a while now. this is the reason Ford doesn’t sell it anymoreand meThis is also why you probably can’t remember the last time you saw something like a new Chevy Malibu or Jaguar XF. Crossovers are on it. Aside from having a bit more room and being easier on the knees for seniors, many have been sold (wrongly) that a higher driving position means they’re safer. This is why the market is saturated with crossovers of every shape and size. Unfortunately, this came at the cost of some good sedans. for example: Car News And the Other ports Report that Kia may kill the K5 and Stinger.
All because of sales, bThis is not the recession you think it is. Hundreds of thousands of people still buy sedans. More than 920,000 It was sold last year. But that’s down 14 percent from 2020. Automakers are so used to selling millions of these things that any downturn means the world will end up with them. Kia still sold Nearly 100,000 (93,342 to be exact) K5s last year. But that’s still a far cry from the six-figure annual sales figures Optima It was coming up, especially in the middle of 2010. The K5 has only been on sale for two years.
nHowever, K5 may be on the chopping block. One of the industry analysts he spoke to Car News He said he would be surprised if K5 no Stop with the Sonata. “I would be shocked if the K5 did not follow the same fate as the Sonata. It is very likely that you will see the same slow production decline trajectory over the next three to five years for the K5 until it is completely replaced by EV.”
Stinger is set to die too, but much sooner – despite of Sales increased 10 percent In April this year. The sources said Car News Stinger is expected to get the ax after this quarter sucks. The Stinger was supposed to be the brand’s halo performance model, sSomething that made you take Kia seriously. With the Stinger gone, that role will apparently go to the top dog of the 320-horsepower EV6 GT-Line.
With the combined stagnation of sedan sales and the transition to electric vehicles, I’dNot sure why notIt comes to the mind of these companies offering EV versions of these cars. It would be easier to actually build on it-Recognize the name familiar to consumers Instead of introducing a completely new car from the ground up. But automakers rarely do things that make sense. But this is not life. Stinger will miss you.