Say Goodbye To The Hyundai Azera And Veloster

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Wait, Hyundai still sells the Azera?

In case you missed it, due to the massive popularity of crossovers. Sedans of all sizes are hurting and . The South Korean-based automaker has just announced that the full-size, front-wheel-drive Azera will not return for 2018, but in this particular case, CUVs aren’t the only reason for its demise. The final deathblow came from the new and , the two premium sedans from the newly created Genesis luxury sub-brand.

The Azera was originally intended to be a Toyota Avalon competitor, but it never really caught on. Hyundai admits that the Azera was "on the periphery of purchase consideration" for lots of customers. Through last month, Azera sales were down by 30 percent from the previous time in 2016. Up until 2008, when the Hyundai Genesis launched, the Azera was the most expensive model in the lineup. We doubt few will miss it, but we can’t honestly say the same . Hyundai is also stating that its three-doored hatchback will be taking model year 2018 off.

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