At the height of the SUV boom, these 10 options were too tired for the ever-changing market.
We live in an age where SUVs reign supreme. Every single automaker – apart from high-end manufactures like Ferrari and McLaren – offers an SUV in its lineup. Whether it be a six-figure option like the Bentley Bentayga, or a more affordable offering like the Honda CR-V, buyers have no shortage of SUVs to choose from. But just a few years ago, the market was even more diverse with unique offerings from companies like Chrysler, Cadillac, and Nissan, among others.
Unfortunately, some of those vehicles didn't make the cut. Either they were replaced with something more modern, or they were doomed to fail from the start. These are 10 SUVs and crossovers that companies have discontinued in the past decade, for better or worse.