The calendar is turning the corner into fall 2021, which means automakers are shifting to their 2022 model year production plans. Turnover means there are about to be some awesome new vehicles we’re excited to drive…but we’re also losing some cars we really like.
Here are nine cool cars that are leaving the U.S. market for 2022.
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