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5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction

5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction
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In this episode of The Fast Lane Car, the guys are at an auction in Colorado, on the hunt for cars that were killed off too soon. They stumble upon a real gem, the Chevrolet SS. Now, this may look like your average sedan, but underneath that unassuming exterior lies a beastly V8 engine, delivering a whopping 415 horsepower to the rear wheels. It's a true sleeper car that will leave unsuspecting bystanders in awe.

But the surprises don't stop there. They come across the Kia Stinger GT, a Korean performance sedan that took the world by storm. With its 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 engine pumping out over 360 horsepower, this car means business. It's a shame that Kia decided to discontinue it, as it truly gave the brand a performance pedigree it had never seen before.

Moving on, they discover the Ford Taurus SHO, a car that proves looks can be deceiving. This unassuming sedan packs a punch with its twin-turbocharged V6 engine, delivering 365 horsepower to all four wheels. It's the perfect blend of practicality and performance, and it's a shame that Ford decided to kill it off.

Next up is the Honda Element, a practical SUV that gained a cult following for its unique design and versatility. With its neoprene seats, vinyl floors, and Captain's chairs, it's a car that can handle anything life throws at it. It's a shame that Honda decided to discontinue it after just one generation, as it truly had a loyal fanbase.

Last but not least, they come across the diesel version of the Jeep Wrangler. This off-road beast is powered by a 3.0-liter diesel engine, delivering an impressive 260 horsepower and a staggering 442 lb-ft of torque. It's a shame that Jeep decided to discontinue it, as it offered a unique combination of power and fuel efficiency.

In conclusion, the guys at The Fast Lane Car have uncovered some hidden gems at the auction. These cars may have been discontinued too soon, but their performance and uniqueness make them truly special. It's a shame that these automakers decided to pull the plug on these fantastic vehicles.

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Viewer Reactions for Great Cars They Killed Off WAY TOO SOON!

  • Ethos Life makes it easy to find and buy life insurance
  • Chevy SS sales were sufficient and there was no desire to expand production
  • Scion xD is a fun and practical car, but Toyota left Scion behind
  • The Chevy SS is highly regarded and has a lot of horsepower
  • The internal water pump in the Taurus is a downside
  • The Stinger GT2 had poor dealership experiences and was sold after a year
  • The Honda Fit and Honda Element should not have been discontinued
  • The Holden Commodore is a great car
  • The SHO engine in the Taurus was made by Yamaha
  • Sedans and coupes are fading due to the popularity of SUVs
  • The Fusion/Mondeo was a great car that Ford shouldn't have killed off
  • The Chevy SS was not well marketed
  • The Stinger should be brought back as an all-electric sedan
  • The diesel Wranglers had issues
  • The FJ Cruiser is an interesting car
  • The Ecodiesel is considered one of the worst diesel engines made
  • The SHO Taurus was fast but had a small interior
  • The Honda Element was unloved
  • The Jeep diesel engine had problems similar to the Ford 6.0 diesel
  • There is interest in a small inexpensive Jeep Wrangler not made by Stellantis
  • There is a desire for a Chevy SS, but not the one shown in the video
5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction
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5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction
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5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction
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5 Discontinued Cars: Uncover Hidden Gems at the Colorado Auction
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