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Old 06-04-2018, 04:49 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mpg_numbers_guy View Post
Maybe this will mean that these smaller cars will become even cheaper now that they're out of production? Kind of like the Saturns?
I had assumed (probably incorrectly) that cars that go out of production increase in value, since you can no longer buy new ones, and there is a fixed number of used ones. Perhaps people are more concerned about parts availability, or simply don't consider the model since it's no longer advertised and in their mind.

If that's the case, I expect to get a great deal on a used Fusion Energi when they stop production.

My compact, low utility, fuel efficient vehicle is my motorcycle.
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